We’re living in a great time. It’s a time when people can communicate virtually instanteously with people all over the world. It’s a time of great turmoil. There have always been wars, but now it seems different. There have always been terrorist (Judas might have belonged to a group of 1st century terrorists called the “sacarii”), but now it seems different.

I don’t know if this is the end times. I pray it isn’t. Sure I selfishly want Jesus to rescue me from the troubles of this world, but I’ve learned from Him to be “unwilling that any should perish, but that all should come to eternal life.” The thing that leads me to believe that we might be near the end is that the fields seem white for the harvest like they haven’t been since the first century. We’re now a scant 44 days into the 2005 and as of yesterday (today’s Sunday), my church has had 50 people (mostly adults) come faith in Christ. That’s what it’s all about.

Do you see? We might be in the last generation. The work we do now is eternity changing. It might be the last opportunity people have. This site is all about the most powerful communication tools we have–video and graphics. When people see the deal Jesus is offering them, they’re saying yes, at least in Lexington, Kentucky.

As you see disagreements among believers know two things. First, satan may be thinking this is the end, too. He may be throwing everything he has at us. Second, as humans we’re imperfect and often find ourselves unsure on how to procede. The more important the mission, the greater the possibility we won’t agree all the time. That is okay. What’s important is we realize that our only mission is to concentrate on doing what God asks so that when Jesus separates the sheep from the goats, there are as few as possible. We’ve GOT to remember that it’s all about the sheep.