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Do Something

Get a t-shirt, send a Bible!

By Dan Etheridge

When one suffers, all suffer. When one rejoices. All rejoice.

That’s the point of family. And as followers of Jesus, we’re connected to a global family, many of whom are beaten, attacked, discriminated against, insulted or imprisoned simply for their faith. As Christians we’re called to care. We’re called to pray, to speak out and make a noise. We’re called to use the freedom we have to support our persecuted family.

And that’s what this t-shirt is about. Not only is it pretty swish, but it’s a reminder. A reminder that following Jesus costs, and that in being a Christian we’re connected to something bigger. It’s a reminder to pray – to get on our knees and call out to God for our brothers and sisters who face opposition, tension and pain. It’s a statement – a way of wearing your heart on your sleeve and saying that you are part of God’s family.

You can get a t-shirt for a donation of £13 (which covers postage and packing). Money raised will go towards sending much needed Bibles to the Middle East. The cost of one tee can send at least one Bible! The t-shirts come in two styles, men’s and women’s, and in a range of sizes. The styles are relatively cosy slim fit. Order one using the form below.

T-shirts will be shipped within 2 weeks. If ordering from outside of the UK, please add £5 on to your donation to cover the costs of posting from the UK. When you buy a shirt we’ll also keep in touch by sending you a monthly email and our Cost magazine in the post (2-3 times a year). You can unsubscribe from these at any time, just email us…

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    The Author
    Dan works part time with Open Doors, mainly sorting out the comms stuff for youth and students. In his other life he's a freelance writer and graphic designer who likes collecting records and sitting on beaches looking at waves.

    We support people who are beaten, tortured,
    imprisoned, falsely accused, and hated simply for following Jesus.