Tom Gilson

I gave this 30 minute talk at Colonial Harbor in York County, Virginia on June 15, 2008. The point is simple: Jesus Christ is the most awesome person of history. To be specific: people in all times since he walked this earth have had to deal with him. Many have tried to mold him into an image that fit their desires, or felt comfortable to them. He has always been uniquely who he has been, however. Never, no matter what the pressure applied to him, did he conform to what others wished he would be, for he knew his identity and his mission. And yet in spite of this solid stature, he always served others.

July 6, 2008 note: I’ve updated this talk on another blog entry.

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