It's a fearful world in which we live because it is lacking God. We want to help bring Him back into the world and people's lives by reminding everyone that He is still with us, and still performing miracles to those who seek Him.
Tarpon Springs, Florida (PRWEB) November 22, 2016
Fear2Peace, LLC announced the launch of a mobile application featuring a video series helping people learn through conversations with Jesus to give their fears to God.
The new mobile app, titled “Fear2Peace : Conversations With Jesus” is available online through the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store and features a series of videos portraying what it may be like to listen to Jesus help people overcome fears in a variety of troublesome topics often seen in today's world. An immediate calming effect is achieved in those of faith while listening to the comforting words of Jesus speak of a fear they are presently experiencing.
“The mobile app touches on very personal situations that everyone will deal with at some point in their lives,” said Baker. Inspiration for the project came from her own personal story of fear after losing a brother to cancer.
“I read scripture to my brother Bill in his last days, as he took great comfort in it. On Christmas day of 2014, ten months after his passing, I had a very vivid dream in which I was shown how to continue spreading the word of God through scripture. Over the following year, I kept getting thoughts in my head on how Jesus would reply to fears that people go through. They came so often that I knew I had to write them down. I picked up a pen and began writing. The words just came each time I started writing on a particular topic,” she continued.
Recognizing the power of social media, Baker created the Fear2Peace Facebook Fan page and within a few months the Fear2Peace daily spiritual posts were reaching tens of thousands of people weekly. As of November 2016 there are over 58,000 likes on the page and daily messages reach nearly 250,000 people every week, across 45 different countries.
Following the success of the fan page, a Facebook Prayer Group was launched in April 2016, consisting of over 9,000 ‘Prayer Warriors’ from around the world that request prayers for personal situations and have conversations with each other. The group’s primary focus is to publish prayer requests while providing comfort and support to those who are dealing with difficult issues.
“Based on the feedback from the people in both our Facebook Fan page and Facebook Prayer Group, we feel that God has made a tremendous impact on people's lives through our social media efforts,” she continued.
“It's a fearful world in which we live because it is lacking God. We want to help bring Him back into the world and people's lives by reminding everyone that He is still with us, and still performing miracles to those who seek Him,” said Baker.