1000+ Letters for Nigeria Day 34: Letter 100 (and Beyond)

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Today makes my 100th (and beyond) letter of behalf of the EYN!

Before I share the letters, a word on reaching out. I am not going to see eye-to-eye with everyone I send letters to, and neither will you, not matter what your eye-level is. Today, I’m sending letters to companies and representatives of companies that oftentimes see things and do things a little differently than me. One of the reasons that I think there is value in a high-volume project (like, for instance over 1000 letters), is that I am forced to contact and hopefully work with people that I don’t agree with. As Christians, we are part of the body of Christ, and the body of Christ is a diverse, all too often divided body. I am sharing the story of one member of the body of Christ which is in need, and I think that that should transcend ideological boundaries. It’s something I’m going to work on, and I hope you do too.

Today’s letters go to:

William Anderson – Publisher, The Christian Post
The Christian Broadcasting Network
Michael Marcavage – Founder and Publisher, Christian News Network

Click the pictures to read the letters!

Want to get involved?

Contribute to the project!

Send non-monetary donations (stamps and envelopes) to:
Emmett Eldred
Carnegie Mellon University
SMC #2046
Pittsburgh, PA 15289

Sign up to write your own letters!

Contribute directly to the EYN Compassion Fund!

Have a project of your own?

We want to know about it! This is your movement, and we’re here to help you express your Radical, nonconformist approach to following Jesus!

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