We believe that advertising should be a win-win-win proposition. Obviously we win because the ad dollars allow us to produce and print and distribute more magazines. The advertiser wins, because they are getting more exposure to their products or services — potentially expanding their customer base.
The third win is the public receiving the magazine, because our focus with the magazine is not just to entertain, but to educate, enlighten, and encourage the reader and we feel that even the advertisements can do the same thing.
I think most of us have heard of the movie, “Back to the Future.” The title has taken on a whole new dimension for me. Let me explain the significance. Sometimes we march through life and start things that we leave unfinished or don’t start things that we should or we start things that should have never been started at all.
John the Baptist was at a very “dark” place in his life. He was in prison, with no hope of seeing the light of day. Notice what John is asking for here and then note what Jesus response was.
John called two of his followers and sent them to Jesus to ask, “Are You the One Who is to come? Or are we to look for another?” The men came to Jesus and said, “John the Baptist sent us to ask You, ‘Are You the One Who is to come? Or are we to look for another?’”
Sponsorship for Pivot Point Magazine allows us to do more outreach, to print more magazines, to supply more churches, ministries, faith-based community organizations and charities with magazines as ministry outreach tools into their communities.
Sponsorship effectively helps us expand our efforts of bringing the good news of what God is doing in people’s lives and touch them right where they live.