The Genesis Project podcast contains the Sunday morning messages of The Genesis Project Louisiana. We hope you are encouraged, empowered, and inspired by them!
Blessed to Bless
Why me? It's a question we've all likely wondered. We ask it when life feels unfair. But what if we think about that question differently? What if we look at all the blessings we receive and ask, "Why me?" The Scriptures give us a totally different perspective on the answer to that question.
A Good Witness
In a time of chaos and uncertainty, good deeds don't go unnoticed. Often when we think about telling the world the good news of the Kingdom of God, we instantly imagine proclaiming that message to others. While it's no substitute for telling people, good deeds are a tangible way of showing people what the Kingdom we proclaim looks like in practice.
Outside of the "All"
The hardest part of doing good isn't doing good; it's who we're called to do it to. The Apostle Paul wrote that we should "do good to all people", but most of us have someone or several someone's we'd like to keep outside of the all.
Created for Good
This present crisis has highlighted the need for Christians to be clear about what we are here for. The New Testament says we were "created for good works." Doing good is our calling, and it's more important than ever in recent memory to keep that calling at the forefront of our minds.
In a departure from talking about COVID, culture, or a series-related topic, we paused to talk about something that many people would rather avoid: our weakness.
Friends of God
Does God have "friends"? Interestingly enough, the Bible does tell us that God has them! Who are they? And, what makes someone a "friend of God"?