God is the author and originator of real, authentic, relentless, unconditional, all powerful, self-sacrificing love – now that’s the kind of LOVE THAT STICKS! He loves us so much that He sent his son to die for us – so let’s get a little radical by finding people who need this life-changing love and encourage them with an uplifting message on a sticky note. 1 John 4:9-11 “This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him. This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.” Help us blanket the City of Houston with Love That Sticks!
Here’s what you do:
Grab a pen and sticky note, write a positive message on it, and put it in places for people to find! Make sure to write Love That Sticks and ksbj.org on it to point people back to our station and learn more about God’s real love! Some ideas of things to write:
- “You are beautiful”
- “God loves you”
- Bible verse like “John 3:16”
Places you could leave them:
- on a co-workers desk
- at the gym
- on the bathroom mirror in the grocery store
Receive special “Love That Sticks” notes just for you:
Sign-up to receive our special love notes by texting TRUELOVE to 51555. You’ll be reminded all month long of how much God truly loves you and the love we should have for one another.
More ways to share “Love That Sticks”:
We want to help you blanket the city with God’s love! Love That Sticks notepads are available at the customer service desk of 30 Greater Houston Area Randalls locations and will also be available at KSBJ On The Street events. See where we’ll be next. And, we want to hear from you! Share your Love That Sticks experience with us by calling and telling us if you posted a note or found a note around town. Take a picture of the notes you see and share them with us using #LoveThatSticks on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Plus, follow our board #LoveThatSticks on Pinterest, too!