Friends Don’t Let Friends Die Without Jesus

Faith and Footsteps

friendsBack in 1983, the Ad Council launched a campaign declaring “Friends don’t let friends drive drunk.”  It was a worthy slogan to be sure.  Their website claims that 68% of Americans have since reported that they have tried to prevent someone from driving after drinking.  Obviously, the campaign has worked to bring the seriousness of drunk driving to the forefront.

Although curbing incidences of drunk driving is a lofty and worthwhile goal, it pales in comparison to sharing Jesus with others.  We, as Christians, hold the key to eternal salvation through the gospel of Jesus Christ, and yet many are too distracted , busy or simply afraid to share it with others.  All of us agree that if we held the knowledge to cure the world’s most deadly diseases, we wouldn’t hesitate to pass that wisdom on.  The Ad Council had a 68% success rate with their drunk driving campaign. …

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