Wednesday, April 22, 2015

iDisciple & Biblestick for Military Servicemen

First off, let me start off this post with Thanking all of our servicemen both past and present, stateside and overseas.  Armed Forces Day is coming up next month and its a great reminder of how much our military members sacrifice for us and how simple it can be to give back, what might seem like so little to you can mean the world to someone serving overseas.

I have been luck enough to recently become a Family Christian Blogger and I am so grateful for the opportunity. I really wanted to get familiar with my local store and was looking for some ideas for Easter items for my kids to teach them the true meaning of Easter. As I was passing the checkout desk I overheard one of the employees talking about biblesticks for the military overseas, this immediately caught my attention, as I have a brother serving in the marines that has been sent overseas twice. I went right over and started asking about the details.

I am so in love with this program for more than one reason. First, I have 2 young children that refuse to go in to the Sunday school at church, they are very distracting to everyone and so we have opted to hold off on taking them to church for now. Up until now, this has meant that I had to miss out on a weekly sermon. With the iDisciple program I get to listen to a sermon anytime I want! not only that but I get daily devotionals, bible, and music.

Now the reason I got so passionate about this program is what Family Christian is doing for the overseas military.

Now, when I signed up for the iDisciple program I found out that because I signed up, a biblestick would be sent out for an overseas military member, PLUS it would come with a full year of iDisciple for them for FREE!!! I spent $4.99 for my first month and did all of that for someone in the military? Yep!

I immediately got in contact with my brother Captain Jeremiah Culp (pictured above) to ask him if he was familiar with the biblestick and he not only was familiar with it, but had been given one by a chaplain while stationed overseas. From what I understand there are a LOT more people wanting/needing these biblesticks as they are not allowed to bring bibles or religious objects with them because it is offensive to the country they are going into. I knew that this was something I had to let people know about.

I hope you are as excited as I am about this program, and make sure you subscribe to my emails (upper right corner of my blog page) so that you can learn about more great products from Family Christian.

 Disclosure: This post contains my honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I used personally, and believe will be good for any of my readers.

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