Actually, I am a little. I’ve been so focused on great marketing that I’ve neglected my duty and desire to spread the gospel. When I say that, there will immediately be critics. Those of you that don’t want to be preached to. I’m one of those people to be honest, one that doesn’t like being told I’m wrong or get lectured to about things going on in my life.
I’m not here to do that.
What I am here to do is openly admit that I was wrong. I have been wrong all along about the calling for my life. I have known for some time that something was not right, but it’s been through the gospel that I was convicted of it.
Great marketing tells stories. It triggers emotion. It pulls us into a relationship with the brand and helps us buy into it, sold on it for life. That’s the gospel in a nutshell if you ask me.
So I won’t get religious on you, just a little spiritual. If searching for status, success, fame or something similar, you’re in the right place. The message of the gospel is that you can have all that with a commitment to Christ. You will instantly get status with God, accepted into his forever family. You’ll have thousands of angels singing for you when you make that decision. And you’ll have successfully gained eternal life, never to lose it under any circumstance. No choice you make will take you where the hand of God won’t protect you.
That’s the message of the gospel. It’s really that easy.
I have spent the majority of my career life building on the Internet. Africa may not be my mission field, but the Internet certainly is. And this tiny little portion of the web called my blog, is where I can share the changes in my life without fear.
For I am not ashamed of the gospel. For it is the only thing that will never change and always be here to protect me.