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Nov 22, 2017

“Thank You Jesus” yard signs reaches 100,000 plantings of the popular Christian Message of Thanks yard sign.

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“Thank You Jesus” Movement announces its 100,000 milestone for yard signs planted worldwide of its Christian Message of Thanks, “Thank You Jesus” yard signs. In celebration of this major event, “Thank You Jesus” Movement is spreading the Word to as many people as possible during the Christmas Nativity season. Details can be found on the website: thankyoujesussigns.org.

“Thank You Jesus” yard signs has attracted Christians who are interested in an alternative yard sign that offers a visual reminder to give thanks. The continued popularity has spawned several innovations, including online orders and sales through local Christian book stores.

Lucus Hunt, the North Carolina 16 year old who started the movement, has been extremely excited by the growing momentum of “Thank You Jesus” yard signs and upon reaching this milestone, had this to say about the yard sign that reminds people of what Christmas Nativity is about:

“I’ve always wanted to do something big for God, but I always thought I was too young,” explained Hunt. “If you trust God and you hand something completely over to Him and let Him control it, let Him lead you in it and guide you, and He’ll take it as far as His will goes.”

One of the earliest challenges the “Thank You Jesus” Movement faced was finding an effective way to deliver the “Thank You Jesus” message to as many people as possible. The “Thank You Jesus” Movement was fortunate enough to enjoy positive growth and even victories from the very beginning of its mission. One such victory came when after a journalist from the local paper wrote a news piece on the movement, which generated a huge amount of interest from the local community.

In addition to spreading their message, proceeds from the signs go to the “Thank You Jesus” Mission, designed to provide grants to churches and non-profits in rural areas of North Carolina. This can be for educational training, food banks, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, and more.

People looking for a new way to share their Christian Message of Thanks are encouraged to take a look at the “Thank You Jesus” yard signs website at thankyoujesussigns.org.

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