Who Is Your One?
Questions. We love to ask them. And the more we ponder or converse with one another, oftentimes, the deeper these questions become. When you’re younger, and usually after the fire department visits your elementary school, it’s “what’s the one thing you’d grab in a fire?” Then, as we get a little older, it’s questions like, “where do you want to go to college?” “What do you want to do with your life?” And the most popular of them all, “if you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?”
All these questions are great and help us process both the serious and fun sides of our lives. However, I’d like to pose a question to you today that might be one of the most important questions:
Who is the one person in your life who desperately needs to encounter Jesus—maybe even for the very first time? We all have one. Perhaps that person’s name comes to mind in a second, or maybe we have to take some time and really funnel through the people we interact with daily to see who that one person, persons, or family is. Whoever it is, we want you to write their name down somewhere you’ll see it and remember it—got it jotted down? Great. Now, we want to introduce you to Galen and Andrew.
Andrew was a guy who found himself in a season of hopelessness and despair. Galen was a guy asking God to reveal to him the one person who he could be more spiritually intentional with. And the rest, well, was nothing short of miraculous. Watch their story unfold here ⬇️
This video shares a powerful story of being faithful to God’s leading and giving individuals He’s placed in our lives a chance to encounter the hope of the Gospel.
So, we ask again, who is your one?
Easter is just around the corner. And in this season, more people are open to talking about faith and attending church than any other time of year. As a church, we want to help you make the most of it.
Take a moment to head to a special webpage we’ve set up to help you invest intentionally in your one with the hopes of extending an invite into the best relationship they’ll ever have—one with Jesus.
You can check it out here.
We hope that this year, more than ever, more people will encounter Jesus and find hope in Him. And that we’ll see a revival across our nation and world where people are ridding themselves of the sin and shame that weighs them down and embracing freedom found only in Jesus Christ.