Wow. . . it’s been a long time since I last posted. Sorry for the unexpected hiatus.
Today was an interesting day. I got to work/church around 6:15am and got started on getting the roadcases out of our loading trucks. (For those of you who haven’t figured it out yet, I work for a portable church. We meet every week at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Brunswick, NJ and the Hyatt Hotel in Morristown, NJ.)
As I was getting our roadcases up to the second floor, I walked past a Hyatt employee who stopped me only to say a quick few sentences: “Hey man, I love that Liquid Church! Every Sunday there’s such a nice vibe in here!”
I couldn’t have been more proud of my church than I was in that moment.
Sure, it’s awesome to hear people talk about how powerful Tim’s message was or how touching Jens’ worship leading was.
But this Hyatt employee may have never even been to a Liquid service. He may have never experienced a Tim Lucas sermon or a Jens Madsen song. He may have never even had the opportunity to share a word with Mike Leahy after a passionate service.
Yet his life has been directly impacted by Liquid.
Which then begs the question. . .
Are we living life so that others may see Christ in us? Or are we relying on music and messages to tell them about him?