This past Sunday I went out of town to do ministry at the Super Bowl Outreach in Indianapolis, IN. More than 100 believers gathered to spread the gospel at the premier sporting event in this nation. More than 100,000 gospel tracts were distributed in addition to hundreds of one-to-one conversations and many open-air sermons.
In my absence, Jamel Robinson (a student of our mentoring program called The Log College) preached his first pulpit sermon on 1 John 2:15-17. He did an excellent job. Here is a topic that is rarely discussed in many churches today: the dangers of worldliness. Separation from the world system is considered old school and antiquated by many preachers of my generation. In fact, the more familiar you are with the world and its system the more relevant you are thought to be. This kind of thinking is exactly contrary to what the Bible teaches clearly on the subject. I am afraid that many of my contemporaries are sowing to the wind and they will reap the whirlwind. In fact, in many cases, they already have.
Jamel presents an air-tight message on the dangers of flirting with this world. I hope you will listen and heed the Word of God.