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October 31st, 2008

by Bobby Gruenewald

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Featured Site: Advent Conspiracy

This week, we’re featuring a site that not only has a worthwhile message, but great execution as well. Advent Conspiracy encourages individuals and churches to spend less, give relational Christmas gifts, and donate the money they would have spent instead. I was introduced to vision last year by my friend Chris Seay.  Don’t miss the video on the home page—it’s a fantastic example of effective media.


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  1. 1Jared B
    Oct 31, 2008 at 2:00 pm

    Wow…that IS a great example of effective media…

    I’m persuaded! And encouraged! This will be a BETTER Christmas! …when we celebrate Christs’ birth with his actions. Love!

  2. 2Emanuel
    Oct 31, 2008 at 4:22 pm

    Excellent use of media! Another awesome example of media adding to the message, not detracting from it. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Oct 31, 2008 at 10:27 pm

    thanks for sharing. fo real.

  4. Nov 1, 2008 at 9:33 am

    We are doing this as our Christmas series this year and we are very excited! We’re hoping the core ideas trickle down through life groups and other ministries. I’m a worship pastor and I’m changing several things in how my team normally approaches Christmas to help us simplify, worship fully, buy less but give more and love all….

  5. 5D
    Nov 11, 2008 at 2:58 pm

    My wife and I have decided to start our own AC tradition. This is our first year. We hope to celebrate with our own age old traditions (we too like egg nog).

    I am trying to put together a meaningful present for my wife, and I have been so excited about it, that it has been easy for me to resist going for the easy consumer purchase. Assuming I can pull it off, she will be much more satisfied with the present.

    For a run-down on my gift (and a chance to contribute), visit There is also a place for other conspirators to share what they are doing.