Life in Death: Enchroma Glasses

Jan 23, 2022    Greg St. Cyr

One out of twelve men are color blind. I’m one of them. Yesterday Mary Kaye asked me, “What color is my sweater?” To which I confidently responded, “brown.” “Nope,” she said, “It’s rust.” So much for me and colors. Sadly, when it comes to seeing the gospel of Jesus, many are color blind. Think of a loved one who, try as you might to tell them about Jesus, they just don’t see it. They are spiritually blind. Well, Paul has something to say about that in 2 Corinthians 4. Join us this Sunday as we learn how God wants to use us to help family and friends see “the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ.”