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Who's Your One? 

Who’s Your One? Are they saved? Who is the first person that came to mind as I asked you this? J.D. Greear, President of the SBC, writes, “Imagine if every member of your church could answer that question with the name of a person—a person for whom they’re praying and with whom they’re sharing the gospel. How would it change your church? How would it change the world? God’s people don’t need another method of evangelism. What they need is a white-hot passion to see people who are far from God experience the new life He offers through Jesus Christ. It doesn’t matter how many buildings we construct, churches we plant or sermons we preach if we’re not intent on doing everything so that lost men, women and children will experience the transforming work of God. Without that one thing, we fail.”

Throughout the month of February, our focus will be on personal evangelism….Who is YOUR one? We will focus our undivided attention on the reality of “lostness” in today’s society. We pray that you will embark on this year-long journey with us as we embrace Christ’s directive to share the gospel with others....


Looking Back to the Future

Back in 1985, BACK TO THE FUTURE became the year’s highest-grossing movie. And in this sci-fi classic, small-town California teen Marty McFly (played by Michael J. Fox) is thrown back into the 50’s when an experiment by Doc Brown, his eccentric scientist friend, goes awry. Traveling through time in a modified DeLorean car, Marty encounters young versions of his parents, and must make sure that they fall in love or he’ll cease to exist. And even more dauntingly, Marty has to figure out how to return to his present time in order to save Doc’s life.

If only we could go back in time as well, but 2019 is now in the books! We can’t rewind—as much as we’d like to—and we can’t go back and correct anything we did or didn’t do. But we can reflect upon (and evaluate) where we’ve been, and if we’re wise, make some present-day changes that will affect our future. 

So, listen in as we focus on “Looking Back to the Future” (Ps. 39:4-6; Pro. 4:23; Eph. 5:15-17; II Tim. 4:5-7) and reflect upon the opportunities and responsibilities that the New Year holds for each of us.

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