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Fighting Against Woke: “Jesus” Ad to Appear in Major Super Bowl Promo Spot


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Christians are finally beginning to fight back against WOKE.

How?

Well, the He Gets Us campaign is set to promote Christianity at the Super Bowl.

Jesus Christ will take center stage in a game-changing Super Bowl ad, reaching 100 million viewers with a bold message of wisdom, hope, and peace.

The He Gets Us campaign is backed by Hobby Lobby founder David Green and anonymous donors, with no political or religious affiliations, just the authentic Jesus of the Bible, depicted as the source of radical forgiveness, compassion, and love. T

he $20 million advertisement is a powerful message worth every penny, leaving a lasting impact on the masses during Super Bowl LVII.

Don’t miss this historic moment and join the conversation to learn about the Jesus that He Gets Us – a game-changing advertisement that will leave a lasting impact.

This is a major moment.

Our culture has gotten so radical.

Yet Christians are being brave by making their faiths be known.

According to the Blaze:

Jesus Christ will be front and center in an advertisement slated to run during Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII, NPR reported Monday.

The Super Bowl ad alone costs roughly $20 million to reach more than 100 million viewers, according to Fortune’s estimate.

The larger He Gets Us campaign is reportedly funded by Hobby Lobby founder David Green, a group called The Signatory, and other anonymous donors, multiple outlets reported.

The campaign’s website emphasizes that it takes no particular political position nor is it affiliated with any particular church or denomination.

“We simply want everyone to understand the authentic Jesus as he’s depicted in the Bible — the Jesus of radical forgiveness, compassion, and love,” the website says.

The timing couldn’t be better.

There are less and less Christians every year.

All available data shows that the percentage of believers continues to shrink in the U.S.

And all of this is happening when things keep going woke, woke, woke…

So if you’re watching the Super Bowl tomorrow, be sure to keep your eyes out.

And don’t be surprised if the Left has a tantrum over Christians sharing their faith in public.

Fox News has more details:

At a time when the U.S. Christian population is down and religion has become a divisive topic, the group hopes to reach as many as possible and help spread the message of Jesus, who Christians believe is the Son of God.

“It fits with our target audience really well,” campaign spokesperson Jason Vanderground told The Associated Press about the upcoming ads. “We’re trying to get the message across to people who are spiritually open, but skeptical.”

The campaign reportedly highlights the idea that Jesus was a refugee and was unfairly stereotyped in a way akin to other marginalized minority groups in the modern world.

Religion News Service National Reporter Bob Smietana, speaking with NPR, said the focus is attempting to appeal to the LGBTQ community and other groups that previously felt unwelcome in the church.

One commercial depicts a slideshow about migrants fleeing their home to avoid persecution. The ad concludes by revealing the story is actually about Jesus and his mother Mary, and her husband Joseph.

The two spots airing on Sunday will focus on how children embody and demonstrate Jesus’ love and how to mold yourself into a better person by dealing with anger.

“We think Jesus is a big deal and we want to make a big deal out of it,” Vanderground said. “What better way to do that than to put him in the biggest cultural moment that we have the entire year?”

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The Super Bowl is almost always the most-viewed television program annually in the United States, often drawing more than 100 million viewers. This year’s contest pits the Philadelphia Eagles against the Kansas City Chiefs.

So what do you think?

Is this a good idea?

Do you support the campaign?

Are you excited to see the commercial?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!



 

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