Real Christians “Like” Lent Madness

We’re pleased to see that we’re on our way to 500 “likes” on the Lent Madness Facebook fan page. But we need your help to reach our goal of 1,000 likes before the madness begins on February 23rd (“Ash Thursday”).

Here are some helpful status updates for Facebook you can use to help spread the Lent Madness gospel. Simply cut and paste and be sure to include a link to the page:

If you “love” God, the least you can do is “like” Lent Madness.

Jesus loves me this I know. But he loves me more knowing that I “liked” Lent Madness.

“Like” Lent Madness and you will become richer than Joel Osteen.

All saints “like” Lent Madness and I mean to be one too.

And verily Jesus said unto them, I “like” Lent Madness. Go and do “likewise.”

If you enjoy fasting, self-flagellation, and hair shirts you’re really going to “like” Lent Madness.

What’s not to “like” about saints re-martyring one another in Lent Madness?

If you’re evangelizing your Twitter followers, be sure to include the hashtag #LentMadness. Here’s an example:

Me? Give up chocolate for Lent? That’s #LentMadness!

Thank you friends. We’re well on our way to making this year’s Lent Madness bigger than the Beatles.


Tim and Scott

3 Comments to "Real Christians “Like” Lent Madness"

  1. Grace's Gravatar Grace
    February 6, 2012 - 12:01 pm | Permalink

    I don’t want to dangle guilt, poor theology, or reward to propel people into joining Lent Madness. These are all problems tainting evangelism. The chocolate approach is more to my taste, pun intended.

  2. Grace's Gravatar Grace
    February 7, 2012 - 4:21 pm | Permalink

    Absolutely, I plan to be involved… and not for a moment do I think you didn’t get the pun. It’s that I feel more comfortable tweaking someone’s curiosity about LENTMADNESS with something a bit anti-Lenten sounding than hammering them over the head with GUILT… carroting with REWARD… or attributing words to Christ that HE never really said. There are some folks that take these things LITERALLY!! and don’t get the joke or get ANGRY instead, oh my.

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