Just Ask…

My last post talked about a Great Secret that we have. One that we’re not supposed to keep to ourselves. We are meant to share it with others. In case you may be wondering how in the world to get started I’m not going to leave you hangin’. Sista’s gotcha covered. This is something one of my Blog Heroes (Tony Morgan) has done in the past. I’m kinda copying him by posting my notes from Sunday’s message by my pastor, Steven Gibbs. You can go here and listen to a podcast of the entire message. (I promise it won’t be a waste of your time.) The message title was Just Ask.

The premise being, Connect (with others) and Invite (them to life change through Jesus).

  • Spiritual conversations by us connect people to God.
  • Jesus’ plan for succession is me and you.
  • Without you there is someone who will live without God.
  • Every Christian is either a missionary or an imposter.
  • God, help me to see people as you see them.
  • Start where people are.
  • Be radically inclusive.
  • How many people have you given up on?
  • They may be just one ASK away from LIFE CHANGE.
  • When we come together as a team we light a wildfire.
  • We’d better be more concerned about what God thinks of us instead of what others think of us.
  • What do you want to be about?
  • We will slip into selfishness if we’re not careful.
  • We want our lives to be about others.
  • What we believe about God will dictate how we reach out to others.
  • Who do you know that is just one ASK away from LIFE CHANGE?

GREATER THINGS HAVE YET TO COME AND GREATER THINGS ARE STILL TO BE DONE IN THIS CITY!!

I can’t wait to see and be a part of the GREATER THINGS that God has for us. We have a place for you at Stonecreek Church, too. Come on over…

So, what do you think? Do you agree or disagree? Can you think of someone who needs just one ASK? Do you need an ASK? Do you need LIFE CHANGE?

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2 responses to “Just Ask…

  1. Perfect. 🙂

  2. Warren Baldwin

    I linked here from Pathfromheadtoheart.

    This must have been a very good sermon, your notes sure were! Many of these statements are the basis of a lesson in themselves. thanks for posting.

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