Share Your #ConfessionConfession

Not only does God forgive us in confession, but he pours out his grace upon us. Too often talk about confession involves guilt, punishment, and an overall negative feeling. We want to highlight the grace God gives us during the sacrament.

Join us in sharing your experiences with confession. We call these Confession Confessions. Tweets and text are great, but the best way to do this is to record a video and share it online using #ConfessionConfession.

We believe by shifting the conversation about confession to a positive note, using real people’s real stories, we can encourage people to return go to confession and receive God’s grace.

We’ll be featuring our favorite #ConfessionConfessions later this week. (And if we feature your #ConfessionConfession, you’ll win some swag!)

Here’s an example video:

 

Now, go out there and share you stories!

Please post links to your videos in the comments!

Jonathan Teixeira
Jonathan Teixeirahttp://truegoodandbeautiful.net
He was born and raised in York, Pennsylvania (also the birthplace of the peppermint patty). He graduated in 2008 from SUNY Geneseo, and has served as an on campus missionary in Vermont, New York City, Illinois, and the Digital Campus. Jonathan was a vegetarian in college, but called it quits when he couldn't resist buffalo wings any longer. He loves jokes, running, pretzels, lemonade, arduino, and singing sacred harp. He and his wife, Amanda, live in Denver, Colorado.

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