Inspiring Blog Articles
Shared Hope publishes inspiring articles for, by and about Ambassadors and how they are making a difference in our country.Get inspired yourself, or share and recruit others via your social feeds!
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Dealing with the public, lawmakers and the newsmedia in a way that represents Shared Hope
These print-ready files are for you to take to a favorite third party printer, or go online to order handouts in bulk. Your Chosen resource stick has files you may print from home, such as these Take Action cards, four to a page.
The Faith in Action kit was developed to empower and equip the church to answer their community’s need to be educated and understand the threat against children nationwide. Galvanizing the church into action will help wage war and win the battle against child sex trafficking, the commercial sale of our own US born children, in our cities, in our states across the nation.
The kit has tools for Youth, Men, Women and Leaders, including USB drives with the Chosen Plus, videos, printed materials, AND specific group discussion guides, a 30-day Prayer Guide, awareness poster, sermon notes and HOW TO instructions to get started.
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Many Ambassadors have asked to see what a presentation on Online Safety looks like. This video showcases our own Jo Lembo delivering the Internet Safety 7 Minute presentation to a mixed audience.
For more free, downloadable Internet Safety Tools, Click Here
This slide deck is appropriate for middle-schoolers discussing grooming, sexting and safe online behaviors. We recommend you offer the letter to Middle School Parents at the school prior to presenting.
See the HS presentation given!.