Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Are you ready for Not Ashamed Day?
In case you haven't heard of this campaign, it's a call for Christians all over Great Britain to wear a cross on Wednesday 1 December, when the Not Ashamed campaign presents a petition to 10 Downing Street and lobbies about Christianity and our Judaeo-Christian heritage in public life.
You can find out about it all on the Not Ashamed website where, among a host of resources, you can see, hear and read testimonies by Lord Carey, former Archbishop of Canterbury and Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali.
Not Ashamed have been selling cross-themed goods on their Online Shop for some time now. if you live in or near Cambridge, you can get a cross (hopefully) at either of two locations: CLC bookshop in Regent Street, or Angeli in Magdalene Street.
Who knows - you might like wearing a cross, and find that people are generally not as hostile to Christians as you might think from reading about the behaviour of certain organisations.
But the important thing is: if you're a Christian, wear your cross tomorrow!