We believe living the gospel of Jesus Christ is the best way to fill your life with peace, joy, and fulfillment. Sharing the gift of the gospel with someone else is one of the most rewarding things you can do in this life. We have experienced first-hand the exhilaration and joy of watching others have their life expanded as they accept the gospel and begin to live it.
Unfortunately, we have also experienced first-hand the uncertainty and awkwardness of trying to find opportunities to share the gospel.
At For Goodness Saints, we seek to enable you to overcome the most difficult part of sharing the gospel...getting the conversation started. Gospel conversations should come about in simple and natural ways. It's natural to talk to people about your interests and your culture. It's what people do.
Think about it, if your favorite sports team has a game tonight, you're talking about it. If your favorite band is in town, you're talking about it. Not only are you talking about it, but you're also wearing their shirt to show your support.
Wearing a shirt that represents your interests tells people something about you and opens up opportunities for conversation. When you wear a sports team's logo on your shirt, people will ask you if you watched the game last night. It happens all the time and the same concept works for religious conversations.
You no longer have to invent awkward ways to start gospel conversations. The conversations come to you just by showing your interests with a simple t-shirt design. We design our shirts to invoke curiosity so they easily become conversation pieces.
"Hey, what's that on your shirt?"
"Oh, that's from a story in The Book of Mormon..."
We want you to have the opportunity to share the gospel of Jesus Christ, and we want to help make it as easy as posible. Each of our shirt's is designed with that goal in mind. Find one that matches your personality, give it a try, and let us know how it goes.
Promote goodness in the lives of the Latter-day Saints
For Goodness Saints is not an official site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The views expressed on this site are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views, positions, or doctrine of the church.
To learn more about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, please visit mormon.org.