Charles Spurgeon wrote: “Oh, my brothers and sisters in Christ, if sinners will be
damned, at least let them leap to hell over our bodies; and if they will
perish, let them perish with our arms about their knees, imploring them to
stay, and not madly to destroy themselves. If hell must be filled, at least let
it be filled in the teeth of our exertions, and let not one go there unwarned
and unprayed for.”
Multitudes of lost souls are in the Valley of Decision today.
If we lift up the cross of Jesus on the roadways of America, people who drive by will be gently reminded that Jesus loves them.
The Holy Spirit uses a cross on a billboard to begin thousands of conversations. While it’s true that some people are too busy to care and others are angry at God, there are multitudes of people in the United States of America who are searching for answers. Christian, let’s lift up the cross and show them the way! Read how . . .
Lifting the Cross of Jesus, One Billboard at a Time
Options: Bulletins, Posters, Digital boards, Transit Shelters, and Bus Benches.
Locations: Your billboard representative will be able to give you the traffic count for each of their boards based on the daily traffic during a 24 hour period.
Rates: Rates are determined by market and length of agreement (4 – 52 wk. agreements), traffic count, and availability.
Cost incurred: lease space (per 4 weeks), vinyl
production cost(rates vary depending on the market and product)
2. Choose a cross billboard proof and words
(seven words or less—you may use the words provided here or make up your own)
3. Choose an outdoor product (bulletin, poster or digital) and location. Your local rep can assist you in finding the ideal location or you can choose.
4. Choose one person to be the billboard host—the person who collects money
from various groups and send that money to Lamar so the billboard goes up.
5. Ask other Bible studies, families, churches, and Christians to contribute one “share” toward putting up the billboard.
Cross Blog Post a picture of your billboard and follow the cross blog at