We’re expecting the Lord to prove Himself powerful to teens yet again, and our staff is anticipating an even larger attendance than last year. If you can’t make it, then let us know who to contact and we’ll take care of the rest for you; we don’t want to miss anyone.
Here’s the deal:
I’ve learned to take advantage of and exploit every single opportunity I can to get myself and others into the presence of the Lord. My life has been so impacted by corporate gatherings of seeking God that I can’t imagine not trying to do everything in my power to put teens (and adults) I know in similar environments. In fact, I’m convinced God will hold me accountable for the things I failed to promote, and reward me for the endeavors I did.
So here’s the pitch:
1.) You have no idea what Redline is, why you should go, or what flavor of jelly beans you like. I can help you with the first two issues by sending you here; the last one you’re on your own. Sorry. If you, your church’s youth ministry, or teens that you know aren’t yet registered, I’m strongly recommending that you do, they do, and they do. (Nice).
2.) You’re reading this and you don’t live anywhere close to NY. That’s ‘ight. But you probably know someone who does. A crazy uncle in PA, a niece in NJ, an old youth pastor in CT, a pen-pal in Kingston, a grand-daughter in OH, an ex-boyfriend in NH (that you really shouldn’t be emailing, but sending him to Redline might still get him saved, which doesn’t give you license to get all crazy with him again ’cause he needs to grow up in Jesus for a few years first, so lay off). Please tell them about Redline, that includes those of you who live in NY and can’t make it. Help us get the kids Jesus wants into this venue for the last weekend of April; I know you’ll have an eternal reward because of it.
It’s going to be so un-real it’s real.
Bigger, badder, and bodaciouser than last year.
And the guest speakers may actually make up more words on the fly than I do. Which is probably the least of a hundred reasons why peeps should come to Redline.
And if you’d like fancy-shmancy posters and handbills sent to someone, please let me know in the comments section below, and I’ll have someone from the Redline Office Staff take care of it same-day. They’re here to serve you.
And I’m here to provide you with really cool words, like shmancy, bodaciouser, and double-independant uses of the word “they.”
You’re welcome. ch: