14 launch, as a "$30 million campaign to sign up souls for Christ and the voting booth.
What does S4C stand for?
S4C stands for Souls for Christ (evangelist ministry)
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We have 1 other meaning of S4C in our Acronym Attic
- Scouting for All
- Saturn V Third Stage
- Services for Business Ltd. (Northamptonshire, UK)
- Skype for Business (online communications)
- Solutions for Business (software company; Uganda)
- Stay for Breakfast (hotel promotional code)
- Stuffing for Brains (polite form)
- Sianel Pedwar Cymru (Welsh: Channel 4 Wales; TV station; UK)
- Skate for Cancer
- Skills for Care (social care training; UK)
- SEARCH (Study of Environmental Arctic Change) for DAMOCLES (Developing Arctic Modeling and Observing Capabilities for Long-term Environmental Studies) (conference)
- Society for Disability Arts and Culture (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
- Storage 4 Enterprise (Poland)
- Solutions for Enterprise Processing
- Supernatural 4 Fans (website)
- Solutions for Human Capital
- Searching for Knowledge (consultant firm; Sweden)
- Shakespeare 4 Kidz (UK)
- Science for Life (education challenge; Bayer)
- Skate for Life
Samples in periodicals archive:
For four weeks in the fall of 1926, Utley preached daily at Calvary, winning hundreds of souls for Christ and attracting great publicity in the process.
Only at the end of the conflict, when the Confederate cause was clearly lost, were preachers able to convince the people of Richmond that winning souls for Christ was a worthy effort that would enable them to "snatch some victory from the torments of defeat" (349).
As they pursued the goal of winning souls for Christ, church leaders attended Sunday School conferences across denominational lines, took literature printed from several presses, graduated from Moody Bible College, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Dallas Theological Seminary (none Anabaptist), and listened to radio fundamentalists, such as the "Back to the Bible Hour.