E-mail service that proclaims the gospel in every message
Nearly everyone has an email account, and now you can witness to the lost with every email you send!
Millions of emails are sent each day that contain advertisements at the bottom for a variety of products from software to beauty products. But with FaithNames, instead of advertisements, each email includes a gospel-related message at the bottom. Each message sent contains a clickable link to a witnessing website that explores that topic in more detail and includes a brief presentation of the gospel. Also, each FaithNames email address features a domain name (the part after the "@") that is scripture-based instead of the usual company name like most email providers.
So why use an ordinary email like "firstname.lastname@example.org" when your email could be spreading the good news every day, using "Steven@Once-For-All.com" instead? Or "Steven@ItIsTheBlood.com"?
Every email sent by a FaithNames email user includes a snippet of scripture or a topical message at the bottom of the email and includes a live link to a topically related "witnessing website". Each site provides a brief explanation of the biblical text that is referenced and shows how that bible passage relates to salvation.
For example, a customer could choose "Steven@Once-For-All.com" as his email address. Every email sent includes the following at the bottom of the email:
Simlarly, if the user had chosen to be "Steven@Christ.DiedFor.Us" instead, the message at the bottom of emails sent would pertain to Romans 5:8:
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