Scene from the 30-second Super Bowl Ad created by the Servant Foundation “He Gets Us” campaign.Credit…He Gets Us, LLC

Between the Two ads that have a completely different message appear during the week: celebrity appearances, chip ads and beer stunts the Super BowlSpots for the “He Gets Us” Promotion of Jesus Christ

These 30-second and 60-second spot are part of an extensive multimillion-dollar advertising campaign. the Nonprofit Servant Foundation also operates as an organisation called the Signatry. This 30-second spot featured videos and images of children embracing and playing. the The first quarter the game. The more time one has to play the Fourth quarter. It will feature a collection of photos of people confronting and arguing with each other. You can find us at the End of the ad, the We are sending you this message “Jesus loved the people we hate” It appears onscreen.

Its national debut in 2022 was the beginning of a new era. the “He Gets Us” Campaign has sponsored billboards and ads during sports events in America. These videos are a connection between Jesus and current issues, such as activism, AI, immigration. Every video ends with an invitation to viewers to come visit the “He Gets Us” Visit this website for more information.

It aims to improve the Jason Vanderground explains the relevance of Jesus Christ in American culture the Haven president the Agency behind the ads.

Videos of the target audience “spiritually open skeptics,” He said that they are independent of any particular branch of Christianity.

The identities of the majority of backers the Promotional pushes are anonymous. But David Green, the Hobby Lobby founder, who is known for funding right-wing causes in the past, stated that he was a donor. Vanderground confirms that the Green family among the funders.

Since its inception, The Servant Foundation have donated more than one billion dollars to educational, political, and religious organizations. This includes those aligned with right-wing and anti-abortion causes.

Some evangelicals criticize the Advertisements asking whether the Jesus as depicted the Advertising is Biblically correct, raising concern about the The amount of money that is being spent the campaign.

Erick Erickson is a conservative talk-show host who said that he hesitated to critique donors, but then added: “I honestly think the biggest issue is: You want to share Jesus with an unchurched crowd, that amount of money on TV ads is probably not the way to do it.”

Ed Stetzer is a well-known evangelical Christian Christian, who offers advice “He Gets Us,” He said that he understands concerns. the The money used for this campaign can be spent elsewhere. However, “if millions of people are touched and maybe even impacted by this and become more like Christ,” He said: “there’s actually a lot of resources that will flow from their changed hearts.”

He continued, “I think it would be successful if millions of people left with a question about who Jesus is, how to learn more.”