Friday, November 23, 2012

Making a Diffference with Christmas Cards

In this age of instant communications, most people create their own "e-cards" to touch base with their friends and family. This makes it that much more special when you actually send a card via the U.S. Postal Service. For one, it has your signature on it, so it makes your greeting more personal.

\I would like to recommend these cards offered by Bread for the World. Using dramatic photos to convey a message of peace, joy, and hope, the photographs reflect the world in which Bread for the World seeks to make a difference. Each pack contains 10 cards with envelopes. Shipping is included!    Click here to order this card and three others.

Photo by Nurun Nahar Nargish for Majority World, a global initiative that champions the cause of indigenous photographers from the developing world. She is an award-winning photographer from Bangladesh.

Inside Message:
The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who lived in a land of deep darkness—on them light has shined. —Isaiah 9:2

May Christ’s birth among us be your source of light and hope throughout the new year. 

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