About Shaun Worcester

Between my quest to be the husband and father I can, the best online marketeer in the area, volunteering at MCC and a couple other things, I'm a busy guy. I've found the key to happiness (and survival) for me is to be well organized and structured so that I can do a 'good job' at everything. But one of these days I'm going to be able to withdraw from everything else and just spend my days w/ God, Gaby, family and friends.

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • Shaun shared from They Like Jesus but Not the Church: Insights from Emerging Generations by Dan Kimball
    We also need to offer an apology when the church hurts people in the name of Jesus. We need to offer an apology for arrogant and shameful things we’ve said and for presenting as truth our fallible opinions. We need to offer an apology for straying from the mission of the church and becoming self-absorbed citizens of the bubble. We need to apologize whenever the beautiful bride of Christ is prostituted for a church leader’s or a politician’s agenda. We need to apologize when we aren’t honest with people and become so seeker-friendly that we don’t tell them the hard truth about sin and...
    Note: "The Church" has and does a lot of GREAT things. But we haven't always been so nice to those outside of our communities. #TheyLikeJesusButNotTheChurch
  • Shaun shared from They Like Jesus but Not the Church: Insights from Emerging Generations by Dan Kimball
    Most people today have no problem admitting they sin. But most don’t understand how sin creates the need for a Savior. But when we speak of the gospel as an invitation into a beautiful relationship with God that gives us the privilege of participating with him in loving others and making a difference on earth, people today can relate to it.
    Note: The Gospel is about much more than our redemption from sin. #TheyLikeJesusButNotTheChurch
  • Shaun shared from They Like Jesus but Not the Church: Insights from Emerging Generations by Dan Kimball
    Most people today have no problem admitting they sin. But most don’t understand how sin creates the need for a Savior. But when we speak of the gospel as an invitation into a beautiful relationship with God that gives us the privilege of participating with him in loving others and making a difference on earth, people today can relate to it.
    Note: The Gospel is about much more than our redemption from sin. #TheyLikeJesusButNotTheChurch
  • Shaun shared from They Like Jesus but Not the Church: Insights from Emerging Generations by Dan Kimball
    It is the Spirit, not us, who draws people to God, but we need to do our homework, be available, be friends with those outside of the church, and be praying. People are ready to learn what is in the Bible, if only we’ll take the time to be with them so that they trust us. We need to be ready to discuss it with compassion, love, and intelligence.
    Note: So many people need to hear of Jesus. Through us, with humility, grace, and in a RELATIONSHIP. #TheyLikeJesusNotTheChurch
  • Shaun shared from They Like Jesus but Not the Church: Insights from Emerging Generations by Dan Kimball
    We need to be prepared for a new wave of questions Because of the wealth of information available to people today, we need to be prepared to answer new challenges, such as Dustan’s raising the issue of the virgin-birth stories that predate Jesus or the several questions Bill asked from his green notebook after he took an English literature class. How will we answer these issues intelligently? How do we talk about the origin of Christianity and the canonization of the Bible? Are we ready to say why we trust the Bible as being inspired? Are we ready to talk about the evolution debate in a way...
    Note: We don't have to know all the answers. But we should have some, and a willingness to uncover the rest with loved ones that ask. #TheyLikeJesusNotTheChurch
(Kettering, OH, United States)
Shaun Worcester