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Stories are pouring in.

Posted by Krista Veteto 6 years ago 0

Today, I took a little walk down memory lane.  Twenty months ago I was eating, sleeping and dreaming FIREPROOF.  I couldn’t imagine a world where I didn’t mention marriage, couples or The Love Dare in every other sentence.  Now I feel that way about TO SAVE A LIFE, and FIREPROOF has become a distant memory.

But today, for one reason or another, I ended up spending some time reading stories on the Fireproof website.  I was so encouraged, so exhilarated, because 20 months later people are still posting stories about how Fireproof has touched their lives and their marriages.  People are re-committing to relationships, others are beginning to have hope that they can change. And reading those stories makes every single stress-filled day and sleepless night worth it.

Today, stories are pouring in from teens who are being inspired by TO SAVE A LIFE, whose lives are physically and spiritually being saved by the message of hope. Most days I’m too task-focused to stop and read what they are saying.  But one thing I just learned is that every once in a while I need to take a few minutes to read the stories – to remember that next year, and the year after that, lives are still going to be impacted by TO SAVE A LIFE and FIREPROOF and I had a little bit of involvement in getting the word out. I hope you’ll take a minute and read the stories too:

Read To Save A Life stories    Show To Save A Life at your church!

Read Fireproof The Movie stories   Show Fireproof in your church!

Hey! I work for Outreach Films doing product development and marketing. If you ask my co-workers about me they’d probably just show you their Tshirts that say “if in doubt, Krista.” I love my job because I help make it possible for churches to use movies to open conversations about important things like faith, life and Jesus. In my spare time, I like to read, grab a cup of coffee with a friend, learn something new, cook something yummy or play with my kitten Darcy (AKA The Monster).

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