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August was traditionally a time for me as a Children's Pastor to prepare for kids going back to school. I carried that tradition into being a Lead Pastor as well for several years, and we would hold special Back-2-School Bash events with free food, free backpacks, and a few times even free laptop computers!

The purpose and goal was always to be a blessing in our community, have some fun, and point to Jesus.

My purpose today is the same! I want to be a blessing to my community, both as a real estate professional and minister. I want to have some fun, because life is too short not to. And I want to point to Jesus, because one thing I know is that when life ends, you can't take your cars or houses or bank accounts with you!

So, as we get close to the back to school season, let me take a moment and share this short, fun, and impactful message that I shared at a back to school event a few years ago to several hundred students and their families.

Enjoy!



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