Ladies and gentlemen, my just-turned-4-year-old assistant (a self-confessed princess) is holding what looks to be an ordinary box of cereal.
That, my friends, is a “Visitor’s Kit” from a li’l ol’ church in Texas.
The “nutrition facts” on the side of the box lists various forms of prayer (servings per day – infinite) and the Gifts of the Spirit. The Gifts are each yielding 100% under Faith … and with an added 1/2 hour of prayer = 150%.
The ingredients listed are:
Cute, huh? (I kid you not.)
On the back of the box there are pictures of young and old, black and white … all smiling. (Well, there is one shot in the middle where two men embrace and they’ve yet to reach the smiling stage.)
The top of the cereal box reads:
Thank you for worshipping with us. We are so glad that you were here.
If you would like more information about Oak Hills, please visit us on the web at Oakhillschurchsa.org, Journeyfellowshipsa.org, or give us a call at 210-698-6868.
If you would like information on how to get involved at Oak Hills, visit the Connection Cafe, across from the foyer from the Crownridge Campus Worship Center. Friendly Connection Partners will answer your questions, and help you get connected.
What’s inside the box?
Here’s a photo …
SO … brothers and sisters, I was wondering what we Orthodox might include in our visitor-pack-cereal-box.
Think about it.
Take your time.
(You don’t have to be serious.)