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MERRY BIRTHDAY!

Posted by Tatjana Vukic | 16-12-2012 14:09 | Category: Religion



There is something to celebrate. Date of birth is unknown but it will be still celebrated…

2012. ends up with a fine surprise in the mailbox for the members of the Evangelical Church in Hessen and Nassau (Germany)... (more after the picture)


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The campaign for the Evangelical Church in Hessen and Nassau (Germany) , made by german communication design agency Gobasil was a success even before it went public: More than 50% of municipalities in Hessen and Nassau are involved in the campagne.

“No one knows the exact birth date of Jesus Christ. Historically, it is nevertheless indisputable that he was born and lived as a human on this earth. Pardon “Nobody” is not entirely correct: God knows exactly Birthday of Jesus - as well as the birth of each person. A reason to celebrate. Every year.”


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“Actually we could celebrate at a different date. But this has spread already: 24.12.”

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The four radio spots can be heard regionally;

 

 


Christmas is Birthday!


Advertiser:
EKHN
Agency:
Gobasil
Keywords:
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