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Beginning Easter Sunday, 1997, Hobby Lobby placed a full page message ad in all of the newspapers in which we advertise. Since then, we have placed a full page message ad each Christmas day and each Easter Sunday in our newspapers in which we advertise. For Easter 2007, this was 290 newspapers in 30 states with a readership in excess of 47 million. For July 4, 2007, Hobby Lobby placed its Independence Day message in the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times with a combined readership of over 4 million.
For Thanksgiving 1998, one of our affiliate companies, Mardel Christian and Educational Supply, through its media agency, EthnoGraphic Media, also placed a message ad in the worldwide edition of USA Today.
The impact and relevancy of these messages is ongoing, and so we continue to make them available for your enjoyment.
We invite you to send us your comments on our message ads. We appreciate your input and thank you in advance for taking time to send us your thoughts about these messages.
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Why He came
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Destiny
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He lives
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Reach for God
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He gave his only Son
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The 2004 version of the Hobby Lobby Easter Message ad incorporates an image from Mel Gibson’s movie, “The Passion Of The Christ.” Due to licensing restrictions, we regret we can’t post this Message Ad on our website.


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Article published April 03, 2010
Offerings: Crafts company buys rare religious texts
BLADE STAFF AND NEWS SERVICES
OKLAHOMA CITY – Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., has acquired one of the earliest known, near-complete Bibles in the world, the Codex Climaci Rescriptus.
The book, which includes the only surviving New Testament texts in Jesus’ language of Palestinian Aramaic, was purchased from the Westminster College at Cambridge University for an undisclosed sum.
Hobby Lobby also recently purchased the earliest known scripture in English, dated 1341, Richard Rolles’ translation and commentary on the Book of Psalms.
Hobby Lobby, a privately held retail chain with more than 435 arts and crafts stores, is collecting a vast array of ancient antiquities, biblical papyri, Hebrew scrolls and Judaica, important medieval manuscripts, and a comprehensive assortment of Bibles and rare books that it plans to display in a nonprofit National Bible Museum.
“We are committed to preserving the history of our faith and excited about the opportunity to share our collection with others through the development of the National Bible Museum,” said Steve Green, president of Hobby Lobby.
The goal is to acquire a site in a major metropolitan area and allow visitors from around the world to view the collection, Mr. Green said.

http://savingwithsara.blogspot.com/2010/07/i-love-hobby-lobby-thought-this-was.html

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