A Greater Purpose

Apr 10, 2022    Chad Broaddus

If you’re a sports fan, you’re probably familiar with the term G.O.A.T.—the Greatest Of All Time! Debates persist about the G.O.A.T. of basketball: Jordan or Lebron? In football, it's likely Tom Brady. In gymnastics, it’s Simone Biles. In hockey, it’s Wayne Gretzky. In swimming, it’s Michael Phelps. The world gives the G.O.A.T. title by comparing athletes’ talents, success, fame, and influence. Jesus, however, teaches that God has a different definition of “greatest.” Deep down, we all want to do something great; Jesus says there’s nothing wrong with that. However, true greatness doesn’t come from the path our culture often pursues. In this series, we’ll learn how to follow God’s path to greatness, taught to us by Jesus—the one and only Greatest Of All Time.