WWJD Bracelet

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Description

The classic WWJD bracelet (What would Jesus do?) you grew up with. Adjustable to fit any wrist size.

"For to this you have been called, because Christ also suffered for you, leaving you an example, so that you might follow in his steps." -1 Peter 2:21

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BE THE LIGHT

A collection of stories from around the world that gives hope, provides strength, and inspires others to share their faith.

BOBBI L.
Largo, FL

"So I was at a coffee shop, and when I was purchasing my coffee the person checking me out asked me about my bracelet. I love wearing this, because it's a good conversation starter! So when the person asked me, I was very open, and I said it stands for: What Would Jesus Do. I was able to share with them the Love of Christ, and I was able to get across what God has done for them. I would love to have more of these to just hand out to friends and family!"

PAMELLA A.
Marietta, GA

"I wear this bracelet on my wrist daily as a reminder of the deep longing Christ has for us and the selfless act he demonstrated on the cross. So humbling to see people come up to me and say “What does WWJD stand for?!” I smile because it’s an opportunity to explain where life begins and love never ends."

HADLEY T.
Forgan, OK

"God has been present throughout my whole life. But it wasn’t until I went to Falls Creek that I truly found him and understood his purpose for me. I struggled a lot the year before I was saved. When I finally found God, I felt immediate relief and a sudden calm overcame me. I knew God had a purpose for me, and I later discovered it through singing. My favorite way to praise God and communicate with him is with my voice, and I love encouraging other people to worship him as well. My best friend bought me a WWJD bracelet last year. I wear it every single day. That bracelet is a constant reminder that I need to be thinking of what Jesus would do in every situation. Every day is a new challenge, but I know as long as I live for God, I’ll be able to overcome anything. The bracelet reminds me not to be discouraged in difficult situations, and let’s me know that I’m doing the right thing by sharing the gospel through my singing."

 
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BE THE LIGHT

A collection of stories from around the world that gives hope, provides strength, and inspires others to share their faith.

BOBBI L.
Largo, FL

"So I was at a coffee shop, and when I was purchasing my coffee the person checking me out asked me about my bracelet. I love wearing this, because it's a good conversation starter! So when the person asked me, I was very open, and I said it stands for: What Would Jesus Do. I was able to share with them the Love of Christ, and I was able to get across what God has done for them. I would love to have more of these to just hand out to friends and family!"

PAMELLA A.
Marietta, GA

"I wear this bracelet on my wrist daily as a reminder of the deep longing Christ has for us and the selfless act he demonstrated on the cross. So humbling to see people come up to me and say “What does WWJD stand for?!” I smile because it’s an opportunity to explain where life begins and love never ends."

HADLEY T.
Forgan, OK

"God has been present throughout my whole life. But it wasn’t until I went to Falls Creek that I truly found him and understood his purpose for me. I struggled a lot the year before I was saved. When I finally found God, I felt immediate relief and a sudden calm overcame me. I knew God had a purpose for me, and I later discovered it through singing. My favorite way to praise God and communicate with him is with my voice, and I love encouraging other people to worship him as well. My best friend bought me a WWJD bracelet last year. I wear it every single day. That bracelet is a constant reminder that I need to be thinking of what Jesus would do in every situation. Every day is a new challenge, but I know as long as I live for God, I’ll be able to overcome anything. The bracelet reminds me not to be discouraged in difficult situations, and let’s me know that I’m doing the right thing by sharing the gospel through my singing."

 
have a story to TELL?