God Strong By Cody silva, nick logan, derek burns, amd adrian gray

Elements of our campaign: Social media and the intended way to connect to peers . Not only through social media, but clubs, athletics, and regular students and school. As a campaign, we reach out just like the apostles did in the Bible to spread our message through various commonly used social media applications. Applications such as: snapchat, Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and video advertisements
Twitter is a widely used form aid social media and probably the biggest, with god strong, the campaign helps advertise athletic teams, help clubs use twitter for their base, and allow students to see a campaign on a platform they already use all on this app.
With snapchat we can show how team make progress when they play, show how clubs have done club work, and allow students to see and share campaign through the platform being used. Throughout the app, we can share our ideas and our main mission through other people in this application. Example: putting a campaign picture in the main snapchat story
Within the application of Facebook, athletes could use it to advertise their merchandise towards the campaign and link it to their events where we can sell it, students can pass fliers around and use this application to spread awareness, and clubs can use open houses in schools to show what the club is about for new students.
Our campaign offers great use of Tumblr as well! With athletics, some teams can sponsor fan-made art through the app, clubs can post some advertisements as well, students can tell other students to download the mobile app to share with others.
With videos, athletes can can be sponsored to gain audiences attention, students can take part in the video to show the issue and how the campaign works to fix it, and clubs can advertise and sponsor the videos being posted and streamed. Our campaign shows great videos that are aired ever other weekend and really show what we are dealing with in our mission.


The Church that Christ founded has a formal earthly structure established by Christ and continues under His authority and protection. Jesus did three things that established His Church. First He chose humans to carry out His work and appointed Peter to be the head of the Church. Jesus said to Peter, "You are Rock and on this rock I will build my Church." (Matthew 16: 18). Jesus built His structure on specifically chosen human beings Peter and the apostles. Second, Jesus gave Peter and the apostles the power and authority to carry out His work. "Whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven."(Matthew 16:19; 18:18). Third Jesus gave Peter and the apostles commands as to what that work should be. At the last supper, He commanded, "Do this in memory of Me." (Luke 22:19)

As a presentation we have decided to use similar techniques as the apostles to persuade people to join our cause. With this we have borrowed ideas and model our campaign after theirs. The apostles were the foundation of the Catholic Church and they even wrote books in the Bible. Their goal was to spread the ministry that Jesus created. After his death they continued to spread the word he taught.

Apostle Peter- Peter can be considered the creator of the religion that the followers of Jesus soon began believing. Peter has been described as the Rock of the Catholic Church and for this reason he has been a model for us to create our campaign.

Paul- This Apostle was a leading voice in the role of converting citizens. Paul's role was essential in the role of saving souls in Rome and their conquered peoples. Therefore Paul is perfect as a role model to advertise our point.

Apostle John- John was known to be the closest to Jesus. He is also responsible for one of the gospels written in the Bible. John spent the most his life converting people to Christianity and being devout to Jesus.

Differences with churches in past to the present:

The church in the first century chose the leadership similar to the way they do it today. The organizational structure of pastors, deacons, and cardinals was almost identical to what churches are today. One of the major differences between the church of present and the beginning of the church was that the early church was much more evangelistic. Evangelism was taken more seriously because the Great Commission given by Jesus was still present with the apostles, “you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth” (Acts 1:8). The early church was much more evangelistic than the church is now. The early church did not tolerate open sinning as some churches do today. Many churches accept unrepentant homosexuals and even ordained, openly homosexual pastors and members. This would have never been allowed in the previous church.


If you're not God Strong you're weak in the faith


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