If this video doesn’t make you want a steaming cup of coffee, I don’t know what will.
Ever had coffee brewed in a Chemex? It may just be the best way to drink coffee. Some might even say that’s how God intended it.
What will your last words be?
Will they be something eloquent? Or more like the last words of a redneck:
Hey y’all. Watch this!
Ever think about the legacy you’re going to leave? And whether your last words will be worth quoting…or worth forgetting?
It’s easy to focus on people’s last words. Looking throughout history, there have been a lot of people worth quoting on their deathbed, in their final hours.
It’s easy to get lulled into thinking that our last words are the most important of our lives. That what really matters is what we will say on our way to heaven.
I love the focus of this video, though, that our team at Longhollow put together.
A good life lived will be better heard than famous last words.
p.s. Jason Dyba is a creative genius.
One of the greatest TV comedies of all time is Seinfeld.
Don’t even try to argue with me. You’ll lose.
So when I heard about Jerry Seinfeld putting his hat back in the ring of video comedy, I instantly decided that I’m in.
He’s got a new show coming out, and instead of it being on TV, it’ll be hosted on Crackle.com. Here’s the promo.
It airs July 19th. You going to watch?
(HT: 22 Words)
I had the chance to speak yesterday at Grace Community Church, where I serve on staff.
As I looked through the life of Elijah and the calling of Elisha, the heart of my message was this:
Doing what’s right doesn’t always feel right, and many times when you do what’s right, it won’t make sense to everyone else.
If you’ve not heard the story of Elisha’s calling to ministry, it’s one of the most dramatic in all of Scripture.
Thought I’d share a great small groups video I found. This one would be great to show on a Sunday morning to get people excited about signing up for a new small group.
And the creators of the video have made it available, in editable form, for free! (links below)
To download this video, see below.
For info on how the project was created, see their site HERE.