The Seeker

A computer scientist and a Google engineer created an algorithm to search the internet and rank the most influential people in history. As resistant as our culture seems to Him, Jesus still ranks #1. There are more websites that reference Jesus, more searches made of Jesus, and more information on Wikipedia about Jesus than any other person in history. What does this mean? It means that people are still interested in Jesus.

There are people in your life who are searching for Jesus and would welcome your conversations about Him. People are not interested in religion. People are not interested in debating your beliefs, but they are interested in Jesus. How can you help the seeker in their search?

Eternally Lost

The Bible speaks of an awful, coming judgment. Every prophecy of judgment in the Bible climaxes in a terrifying paragraph in Revelation 20:11-15. This vivid scene of the Great White Throne Judgment is not shared to inform us, but to warn us. The language of this text invites us to stand in the scene and see it for ourselves.

In contrast to this awful judgment is an inspiring scene of triumphant salvation shared in Revelation 21. Every reader has a choice to make before it is too late.

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Total Dad Brag

I’m really proud of my daughter, Morgan. She is a Freshman at West Georgia and as her mom commented about her, she has blossomed wherever she has been planted. The University took an essay she wrote for a scholarship and turned it into a commercial script. Thank you UWG for doing an amazing job of filming a beautiful soul. Way to go Mo!

Why Some People Never Get It

No matter how hard you try. No matter how right it is. No matter how wonderful the vision; some people never get it. 

It is no less aggravating, but you may be encouraged to know that this is a problem as old as Jesus. When he began His public ministry there were various reactions to his preaching. And yes! Some people never got it! 

This message shared in a Sunday night series at Liberty Baptist Church entitled The Gospels, explores why four groups within the church never get it (and every church has “got” ’em).

  • The Groupies – always chasing personalities but missing the power of God.
  • The Selfies – always asking what’s in it for me but missing the movement of God.
  • The Junkies – always chasing the high but missing the fullness of God.
  • The Authorities – always comparing to tradition but missing the newness of God.

Fortunately, there was one group that got it; the disciples. Jesus was able to show them how who they are and what they had done their entire lives could be leveraged for the Kingdom of God.

Which one are you?