Yesterday, TGC Canada released an article of mine that compares Hugh Hefner and Polycarp’s legacies. Here is my conclusion:
Hefner and Polycarp spent their life in the pursuit of something. For Hefner, it was pleasure. For Polycarp, it was Christ. The one left behind a debauched legacy. The other left a legacy of faith.
When you have finished the race of life, what will your legacy be? Will it be marked by faith in Christ or a life of unfettered pleasure? When you meet the judge of the world, will he say, “Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master” (Matt 25:21 ESV)?
To read the article, click here.