For a limited time only, if you make a financial gift to American Family Association, I'll send you a 10-pack of AFA's 2019 Christmas button that simply declares, "Jesus…He Came For You."
Since the first AFA Christmas button was introduced in 2006, American Family Association has encouraged Christians to use these buttons and similar wristbands to proclaim publicly that the Christmas season is all about Jesus. With help from faithful friends like you, AFA has distributed millions of buttons and wristbands bearing the real message of hope for this world.
Bro. Jerry Lawson, the pastor of Enon Presbyterian Church in Ackerman, Mississippi, is a longtime advocate of using AFA Christmas buttons as a tool for evangelism. He orders in bulk and gives them away to church members, friends and strangers, and anyone he meets in his travels through the busy Christmas season.
"The AFA button is a great conversation starter," Lawson told AFA staff. "It opens the door to share the gospel."
Recently in a restaurant in another state, he spotted a lady wearing an AFA button. He paused to speak to her about the button.
She told him she receives many compliments on the button and responses to it.
"Just yesterday," she said, "I heard a Pastor Lawson talking about these buttons on American Family Radio!"
"Really?" he answered. "Well, here he is in person! I'm Jerry Lawson; pleased to meet you."
Over the years, we have heard from countless people like Bro. Lawson, and they all tell us that the buttons are great conversation starters for sharing God's love with others. AFA encourages you to wear one of our Christmas buttons and proclaim the message of God coming to earth as a baby, living a sinless life, and dying in the place of sinners. We also ask you to give the buttons to friends, family, neighbors, and everyone you meet.
Please prayerfully consider giving a financial gift to support our vital work here at AFA. As a thank-you, I’ll send you a 10-pack of AFA's 2019 Christmas button that simply declares, "Jesus … He Came For You." We purposefully package them in sets of 10, so you can wear 'em and share 'em!
Merry Christmas from AFA!