Tom Gilson

A Different Kind of Giving Tuesday Opportunity

You Can Give, Just By Spreading the Word on Social Media!

The song goes, “All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth.” It’s not your normal Christmas gift request, is it? Today on Giving Tuesday I’ve got a different kind of request myself.

You won’t need to pull out your wallet, and you won’t need to log in to PayPal, but you can still help many people come to know and follow Jesus Christ. It’s as simple as using your social media to spread the word on Too Good to be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His Reality.

The link to share is this one (more details below). The reason to share is a good one. It’s because readers keep saying this book is different: It shows Jesus’ greatness in ways they’ve never seen before, and they’re falling in love with Jesus all over again.

Just listen:

Lives Lighting Up Again for Jesus

Rulonda, a writer, said, “Tom Gilson’s masterpiece took everything I thought I knew about Jesus and turned it upside down! I didn’t think I could fall in love with Christ again but this book helped prove me wrong. Absolutely brilliant!”

Amber, a blogger, wrote, “Do you want to fall in love with Jesus again? … I kind of forgot how amazing He really is… This book totally shook me up. … helped me to reopen my eyes to how awe-inspiring and unbelievably wonderful my Savior is!”

Even J. P. Moreland, Distinguished Professor at Biola University, said, “This book is an absolute delight to read.… Its brilliance lies in the approach of arguing for Jesus’ uniqueness and Deity based on what Jesus did not do. I have never approached the gospels in this way and, with Gilson’s guidance, I have come to love, respect, and worship Jesus with renewed vigor and insight.” (Emphasis added.)

His review highlights not just one but two benefits of the book: Readers may fall more in love with Jesus, and also be more assured of His truth, His uniqueness, His deity.

How You Can Help

Wouldn’t you like to help spread the word on this? It’s easy to do, and it could help change a life, and send much-needed encouragement, which everyone knows we need now more than most years.

First, if you haven’t read it, now is a good time to buy your copy! This book is “engaging… exhilarating,” wrote Lee Strobel, and he also said it “might be the most surprising and refreshing book you’ll read this year.”

Second, please feature the book on all your social media by linking to the page “Fall in Love with Jesus All Over Again.” Then follow it up with another link to the book sales page at Amazon.

Third, tell your pastor or small group leader how this book can help light up their people’s lives for Christ. Better yet, buy them a copy for Christmas! The book includes a study guide with discussion questions.

If You Want to Donate Funds, Too…

The one great thing I’m asking you to do right now is to spread the word on Too Good to be False. Still you might also want to help build the Spiritual Readiness ministry I’m doing in cooperation with Global Service Network. Your financial investment in that work on this Giving Tuesday would be most welcome, and will help keep this work moving forward.

Thank You!

Thank you in advance for spreading the word. Your neighbors and friends will thank you, too. And as the word spreads, their neighbors and friends will too!

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