03 July 2010

Prayer & Conversation Cards

Just a little over a week ago, I was thinking about the conversations I had been having with people about Ewan and his heart. This site is obviously one of the main hubs where all the updates are taking place. How could I direct people here easily -- hope they remember "Team Ewan" and will Google it once they're home, that they will remember how to spell his name, or that there's a dash in the website name?

And then I thought: business cards with all the information listed on them. Small, easy to distribute, and this way, people don't have to remember anything.

Problem solved. So I have these conversation cards -- way too many to distribute on my own. And that's where you come in. While I understand that I may be having these conversations way more than some of you  might, I do know you're having them. I do know that you are praying, and are asking others to pray. In order to spur on those conversations, in order to pass on the word about Ewan, I'd like to send you some to give to those who are interested in joining our team.

Card Front:
Team Ewan logo

Card Back:
Team Ewan website, Facebook page, Twitter feed, and e-mail

The quantities are limited, but I can order more if needed. If you want to advocate Team Ewan amongst your friends, churches, or other groups, I'd like to send you some of these cards. I have 100 on hand now, so if I run out, I will definitely order more and send them out as soon the additional supply arrives.

If you're interested in receiving some, please drop an e-mail to team [dot] ewan [at] gmail [dot] com with your name and mailing address. I will send you five cards at first to distribute as you wish and to help support those conversations you're having with others.

NOTE: These cards are made from recycled materials and are 100% recyclable.

Blessings to you, and thanks for being a part of Team Ewan!!

P.S. Best wishes for a safe and happy fourth!!


Shay said...

what a great idea!

Miriam said...

oh my gosh, Kirsten...fantastic idea and beautifully executed :)

Nadine said...

That's a really cool idea! :0)