Sending Random Christmas Cards…

A university professor from Salt Lake City conducted an experiment at Christmas time several years ago. He randomly selected six hundred names from telephone directories from several major cities and sent Christmas cards to each of them. His return address was included on the card, and he received an amazing one hundred and seventeen responses from the 600 cards sent to perfect strangers.

One replied, “I just got out of the hospital, and how good it was to hear from a longtime wonderful friend!” (Must have had amnesia!)

Another said, “We had difficulty at first remembering who you were, but after some thought, we remembered. Please give our love to your father. He is a wonderful man.” (What creative memories!)

One reply was unexpected, “It was really great to hear from you again. We will be in Salt Lake City this summer, and if you have a spare room, we would like to stay with you two or three days!” (Now that’s what friends are for!)

Anne and I want to take this opportunity to say Merry Christmas. We are blessed to have so many wonderful friends. We hope you each have a wonderful Christmas and a prosperous and blessed New Year. You are always in our thoughts and prayers.
Love,
Ron and Anne

Jay Leno said, “Did you hear that the atheist have produced a Christmas play? It’s called “Coincidence on 34th Street.”

About Ron

Ron and Anne founded the first Christian Fellowship Church in Harlingen, Texas in 1982. Ron presently serves as its apostolic overseer. He travels nationally and internationally motivating and challenging people to be effective in their call and ministry to their local church, their community, and the marketplace.

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