Dignity Revolution

Posted: October 16, 2017 in Thoughts on art ministry and life

Today I had the privilege of volunteering for set-up for speaker Bob Lenz’ Dignity Revolution presentation at a local high school. What a presentation! Using humor, stories and some really heartfelt truth, Bob encouraged the students to treat everyone with dignity and respect. We need more people saying this to more people more of the time. More than once, I wished I could have traveled back in time and had 16 year old me here this message.

The truth is every person has value.  Consider the price Jesus paid for us. The Son of God laid down His life in our place. The God of the Universe desires relationship with us so much that He allowed His only Son to be our sacrifice. We are loved, and there are a lot of people who do not know that to be true. The question we much ask church, is do people see their value to God in the way that we value them? This is something all who believe must strive toward.

Here’s a sample…

Find out more at dignityrevolution.com


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