Tonight I will check an item off of my bucket list. I will try my hand at standup comedy. I don’t know if I’ll be funny or not. I know I am funny looking, but I am not sure that really counts for much. I have always tried to be humorous in this column, and in my sermons. I often fail miserably in that pursuit, yet I keep trying.
I have always had goals. When I was a kid, I just knew I was going to play professional football or baseball, or maybe both. A blown knee ended those dreams.
In high school I decided to become an actor. I have done a few things since then, but nothing compares to playing King Lear my senior year of high school. I will never be in a movie or on Broadway. Continue reading Standup Bucket List→
Sometimes it is not the things we do that cause harm, it is the things we don’t do. In this message, Pastor Jerry Godsey tackles the reasons why we allow our friends and loved ones to die without our needed intervention.
When seconds count, can you be counted on? We are given times where the door is open to share the good news of Jesus. In this message, Pastor Jerry Godsey gives ways we can be ready when seconds count.
Last Sunday night, a deranged madman sprayed automatic rifle fire into a crowd of people listening to a country music concert in Las Vegas. At the time of this writing, 59 people are dead, and over 500 people are injured. From what I understand of the injuries some suffered, the death count will rise.
Since Jesus came to make dead men live, then sharing the Gospel with people is like sitting next to a dying person. What words do we say? How do we present Jesus? In this message, Pastor Jerry tells us what our bedside manner should be when we talk to others about Jesus.
The number one reason people don’t share their faith is because they think the don’t know enough theology to do it. In today’s message, Pastor Jerry Godsey takes you from “I don’t know enough” to “I don’t know why I haven’t been doing this!”
I put the last load of laundry into the dryer, and lugged the basket of newly dried clothes into the bedroom. I mindlessly folded the various pieces of clothing from the basket, and then put everything away. I even matched up all of the socks, a fate worse than death. I breathed a sigh of relief as I matched the last two socks. “There,” I thought, “my debt is paid.” Continue reading Doing The Laundry→
He stands at the front of the church in a rented tuxedo, breathlessly waiting for his blushing bride to walk down the aisle. As he stand there in shoes that pinch, the underwear he is wearing is the only clothing that belongs to him, and all he can think about is how happy they are going to be.
She stands in the foyer of the church, dressed in the prettiest wedding gown she could find. Her father grabs her by the elbow and says, “Are you ready, Honey?” She tearfully nods, and begins the walk down the aisle to her new life. Continue reading Marriage Reality→