Episode 054: Life is Good!

Theology / Biblical Studies


Here’s a talk I had the pleasure of giving at Mardon Road Church in Hamilton, in December 2017.

Do you really need a sermon to convince you that being alive is being better than dead? Well if you weren’t sure, hopefully I can talk you around!




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  • Glenyss Bennett March 12, 2018, 12:33 pm

    Glad you got this sermon up Glenn, since I was on ‘kid duty’ when you came and spoke at Mardon Road church. Really enjoyed what you shared.

  • John Revell March 13, 2018, 7:29 pm

    You asked for feedback on whether you should post your recorded talks on your podcast feed. I think you should. I find it easier to listen to podcasts than read blogs. I think you should link to the podcast on Twitter when it is released as well (I’ve found interesting podcasts this way). Thanks for the podcasts so far. I hear they can take a lot of time to do well.

  • Ryder March 14, 2018, 7:47 pm

    Awesome; great to have you back, Glenn!

  • Frank March 17, 2018, 5:45 am

    God, I’ve missed these podcasts. Definitely post your recorded talks, Glenn. This one was excellent, as always.

    In response to people who say death isn’t a big deal, or that it is even desirable, I contend that nobody wants to die. Not even people who commit suicide want to die; they just want to escape their pain. If before taking their life someone could magically offer them a pain free existence (curing whatever pain they’re trying to escape), they would immediately say ‘Yes, do it! I want to live!’

  • Fred Heiberg March 17, 2018, 10:15 am

    Say Hello to My Little Friend has ressurected!
    Excellent podcast.
    I will admit I have had these thoughts in life about death. ‘So what if I die?’… Mostly when things do not go well. I really appreciate the uplifting message, it would be awesome if you could do more podcasts or upload sermons!

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