Outreach Posters can help you make the most of your location.
With a new, gospel focused poster each month, Outreach Posters are a great tool for evangelism.
Every poster is designed to engage with the community and spark conversations.
Our posters are available in two sizes and come with a waterproof display cabinet.
Begin a conversation in your community with Outreach Posters now.
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There's a Facebook video of a dog eating a bone. The problem is the dog's left paw. It keeps creeping up to the dog's head where it's eating the bone. So, naturally the dog growls and snarls at the paw to warn it off. And occasionally, because the paw won't listen, the dog attacks and savages it. Which is a shock because, well it hurts. Chastened, the dog then goes back to gnawing its bone. Really, the dog has a kind of blindness. It can't 'see' that it's own paw isn't an external threat.
And racism is just like this. In fact, so threatened is the racist by a person that looks different that he or she is 'blind' to the striking similarities and common humanity that we all share. And the threatened racist is more vicious than any dog. 'Look at their ugly faces!' he snarls. 'You know they can't be trusted don't you?' he barks. And, 'Of course, they're an inferior breed'.
Yes racism is vicious and nasty and blind to the feelings of others. But God cares for all people. In fact, God is colour blind. He refuses to see the world like the racist. He's blind to prejudice because every person on the planet is a precious creature that He carefully made.
And God cares about the different nations that people have gathered themselves into. When Jesus rose from the dead after paying for the sins of the world on the cross, He appeared to his disciples and directed them to take his offer of forgiveness to all races and nations. This is what he said, ....