Throughout the course of his public ministry, Jesus knew both the adoration and desertion of the crowds. Today, just as 2,000 years ago, the gospel asks a question that demands an answer: Will we follow? This video illustrates this truth through the dynamic lens of a 21st-century social network.
Who do you say that He is?
One of the most powerful things I’ve seen in a long time. Puts the whole ‘how many facebook followers do I have’ into perspective. Thanks for sharing.
Pat Layton says
Mary I agree!!
A clear message of the Cross–priorities and perspective!
Pressing on to keep them focused on Jesus.
Leah Adams says
Wow! I was mesmerized even though I knew the story. How awesome! Going over to YouTube to find the link and post. Thanks for leading us to it.
very cool! my husband and i watched together and was blown away. I will share it
with my friends
Linda Jackson says
Deares Pat, It was so wonderful to see you again in Tulsa. It is amazing what the Lord has done through you in only 4 yeats! I know you must be totally exhausted and running on Holy Spirt fuel. I pray God will raise up an army of Aarons for you/this ministry.
I wanted to ask you in Tulsa (WOW!) about Missions Teens. They have several centers accross the nation. (Check their website when someone is annoying you on a plane.) I was trying to figure out how to get STS in all of the centers. My husband and I will be funding it for them. That seems to be my calling, raising up what I call “my little grasshoppers” and sending them out. I was thinking how to get them all certified but know that is necessary. Is it perfectly acceptable to have a client/staff member from each center go through STS and then lead groups at each center w/o being trained by a National Trainer? Non of the staff works for a salary. Awesome huh?
Praying for you dear friend in His Service! Linda Jackson, Jonesboro AR