WWJD? (What would Jesus do) bracelets have been popular since the 1990s. Buying a WWJD? bracelet is an easy task, whether you are buying a single bracelet or want to buy them in a large quantity.
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WWJD bracelets gained popularity in the 1990s due to a youth pastor named Dan Seaborn who lived in Holland, Michigan. Seaborn had read the book "In His Steps" by Charles Sheldon and decided to use the phrase from the book "What Would Jesus Do?" as a slogan for his youth group. Originally the saying was used on buttons, and then leather wristbands with beads spelling out WWJD? were added later. The original intent was that if someone asked about the bracelet, the person wearing it would give the bracelet to the person and explain the initials and answer questions, thereby performing an act of evangelism.
WWJD bracelets are still available for purchase today at retail Christian stores and bookstores across the United States.
WWJD bracelets are also available for purchase on online Christian stores or auction sites such as Amazon and eBay. Many of the online outlets sell both single bracelets or bracelets in large quantities. To purchase a WWJD bracelet online, you are required to pay for your purchase with a debit card, a credit card or via PayPal.
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