1607, 2021

Check out this review on Friendship Leadership

July 16th, 2021|

I just happened to be speaking on this topic this weekend coming up.
This article was just posted today on the book. God has amazing timing with things.
705, 2021

Ascend – The podcast has started!

May 7th, 2021|

Today I started recording readings from Ascend – Inspiration for the Adventure of Life. Two episodes are now available.

With each episode, I will be adding some commentary to the chapter readings. I will end up doing readings that cover 1/3 of the book.

In the near future, Ascend will also be available on Audible as an audiobook.

Let me know if you have any thoughts or questions.

Please subscribe on Spotify. I plan to release two episodes each week for the next ten weeks or so.

804, 2021

Ascend: Inspiration for the Adventure of Life

April 8th, 2021|

Ascend (WestBow Press) was published March 31, 2021.

“We were created to live lives of adventure. I believe that my stories will resonate with your own, motivating you to greater things, and a deeper faith.” – Matt Messner

This book is a compilation of true adventure stories, each with a life-lesson. The settings include mountain climbing, marathon running, cave exploration, travel, surfing, and competition. There are stories of disappointments and successes. Each has a powerful life-lesson that will resonate with the reader’s journey.

“This book is the closest thing in form to a kind of modern […]

304, 2021

The Tomb and Burial (Friday)

April 3rd, 2021|

The Tomb and Burial
Matt Messner Luke 23:50-54

Jesus was dead. It seemed impossible. No one expected this. Jesus…executed? Relief.
He was innocent, pure, and so loving. But it looks like evil has won.
There is the overwhelming SHOCK of grief. Jesus had brought people back from death, and now He was dead? 33 years old – so young. The Roman machine had brutally taken another life.

What was there to do now? They had been so close to establishing a new kingdom of peace, but now His followers were hiding, fearing prosecution.

The Romans preferred to leave the crucified criminals on crosses, to rot, and […]

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