Free2Play on Facebook
In her comment on my last post, Cathy wrote, “Maybe some of us will be reminded to worship, and act, each time you come to the mound.” Thank you Cathy! I pray that some of you will remember to pray for me, and I have a wonderful way for you to act each time I come to the mound. Join me in using my pitches to free slaves! There’s a Free2Play app on Facebook designed to help us fight slavery together. Opening Day is right around the next corner! Let me show you how fun and easy this app is to use.
When you click this link to the app, you’ll see the following screen:
If you like, you can explore the features of this page and watch my 2.5 minute video about Free2Play.
Then go ahead and click the large orange button that says, “Get Started!” That takes you to this screen:
Check out that black box that says, “Let’s start a roster!” All the instructions you will need are embedded in the app. They will walk you through the simple steps you’ll take to get started. Pick me for your roster! I’ve pledged to donate $250.00 per strike out, and $250.00 per save or hold, to Free2Play. Won’t you join me? Pledge a dime or a dollar, and add it to my $250.00, and together we’ll free our neighbors in slavery.
You’re not restricted to choosing players who have pledged to Free2Play. You can draft any player to your team! Use your baseball smarts to build your roster, and challenge your friends to play with you. This is similar to fantasy baseball, it’s just as much fun, and it’s an awesome way to love Jesus, in the way of Matthew 25.
If you do choose players who have pledged, your pledge is added to theirs, and they are encouraged by your support. That’s something to think about!
Don’t be afraid to give a penny, if that’s what you want to do. Combined with my pledge, your penny has power! Your pledge encourages me to make my pitches! Just remember that your little bit, joined with everyone else’s little bit, becomes a lot. Together, we can do a lot of damage to slavers and to the trafficking industry.
Have fun with this, and let me know how your roster is doing. See you Monday.