The Bible Society has made this TV commercial which is being played across Sydney this month
Dynamic Socceroo midfielder, Tim Cahill, will be fuelled by Weet-Bix for the next four years.
Announcing the sponsorship agreement and a new TV commercial from England, Cahill told the Australian media that, like most kids in Australia, he grew up on Weet-Bix.
Weet-Bix, made by the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Sanitarium Health Food Company, is now the official breakfast of the Qantas Socceroos.
Sanitarium Weet-Bix sponsors sports personalities like Tim Cahill and cricketer Brett Lee because they promote the good health and fitness that children aspire to.
Delta Goodrem is the new face of the popular So Good soy products.
(watching Jesus' crucifixion scene on TV)
That’s Jesus. Some people say he died to help the whole world, sweetie. And that… He gave his blood to save everyone.
Does that mean He needs our blood?
No, He doesn’t need our blood. But there are a lot of sick people who do.
Have you ever given blood, Mum?
THIS EASTER, YOU CAN GIVE BLOOD TOO
Become a blood donor
An Easter message from the Seventh-day Adventist Church
TV Commercials featuring Seventh-day Adventist initiatives and messages
More stuff from “TV Commercials”
Our last work is a commercial to promote canarian Platano among children:
by Juli 6 years ago
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