As this season of uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus continues, Museum of the Bible invites you to shine light into the darkness. With #wordsofhope.

Think of it as a personal challenge to share the words of hope you find in the pages of the Bible. Simply choose a favorite verse. Create a video, photo, or shareable meme.

Then—using #wordsofhope—share it online for the world to see.

Current favorites include videos of kids using sidewalk chalk to share passages, verses highlighted in well-worn Bibles, celebrity posts; even dogs and cats are getting involved!

Look for examples—and encouragement—at museumoftheBible.org, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and other social media platforms.

Engage with the Bible. And its #wordsofhope.


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