Superhero Sunday


Already Hosting a Superhero Sunday Event?
Here’s the Superhero Sunday Toolkit.

Do you have what it takes to be a Superhero?
Host a Superhero Sunday Child Sponsorship Event on November 6!

Sponsor a Child. Change the World.

Have you ever wanted to be a superhero? There’s something about having superpowers and rescuing people in need that ignites something in the very depths of our hearts, isn’t there? Yet as we grow up, “real life” gets in the way, and we resign ourselves to the fact that we won’t ever be able to be a real superhero. Or will we?

At Stadia, we believe it’s possible to be a real life superhero, and we want to partner with you to help make those childhood dreams a grown-up reality!

On November 6, 2016, we want you to be part of Stadia’s first Superhero Sunday. We are inviting churches across the US and South America to join us in a broad scale child sponsorship event, but hosted at your own church! What’s the connection between sponsorship and superheroes? Yes, sponsoring kids helps to free them from extreme poverty, but it does much, much more than that. Sponsorship radically impacts the success factor for new churches in impoverished areas, and since the church is leading the way out of extreme poverty, churches become a catalyst for development and the best source for long-term relief. We are seeing the immense benefits of sponsorship in the aftermath of the Ecuador earthquake, but there are still many children awaiting your support! So you see, you truly can be a real-life, everyday superhero!

We know planning for these events can sometimes feel overwhelming, but rest assured, we want to help to make your church’s Superhero Sunday as effective as it can be! You can use your own resources for message planning on that Sunday if it’s easiest for you – or, you can use the materials we will gladly provide for you!

We even have a four week series, based on material from Greg Nettle and Jimmy Mellado’s book Small Matters, which perfectly culminates in a sponsorship event in your church. You can use the whole series, or any combination of the four messages, to remind those who gather at your church that it’s never too late for us to be real-life superheroes.

Contact Matt Murphy or Josie Barton to be a part of this experience!

In Psalm 78:4, the psalmist is talking about the truths of Scripture when he says, “We will not hide them from their children, but tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might, and the wonders that he has done.”

Is there anything more likely to rescue people than the truth of the gospel? When we use our resources to help rescue people from a life without Christ, we truly become superheroes. Will you join us in changing the world this Superhero Sunday?

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