Mike Jackson

2017 Rally #7 - Mike Jackson

Mike Jackson concludes our “Greater” conference with the subject of worship. He poses the question: How important is the subject of worship to you? Everyone is worshiping something and if worship is the most important subject, then the leader of our worship is our most important leader. Mike then dives into Psalm 103:1-4 to explain that each of us need to be our own worship leader.

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits, who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from the pit, who crowns you with steadfast love and mercy,

Mike then charges us to not just worship God with lip service, but to worship Him with our whole selves. When we recognize our souls wandering to something other than God, we need to bring our souls back to Him and His promises.

He then leaves us with these consequences of continually worshiping God with our whole selves:

  1. Transformed lives

  2. We become like what we worship

2016 NYC - Depression: Its Causes and Cures by Mike Jackson

Any way you slice it, depression present a challenge in the life of those it visits.  It is often a challenge to know why one is depressed; challenging to know why it won't go away and challenging to determine why it is getting worse or how it is affecting you or how to get rid of it. We hope to address these issues with the hope that people suffering from depression will leave with just that...hope. 

2014 NYC Breakout - Decision Making - Choosing the Best

Breakout Seminar, "Decision Making - Choosing the Best " by Mike Jackson on December 29th, 2014 at the Campus Outreach Milwaukee New Year's Conference

Life is full of decisions, and many of these are going to have giant ramifications on your future. This seminar is not about what decisions you should make; it is more about methods of decision making. It will explore some of the ways we make foolish decisions and then begin to look at ways we can make wise ones.