in·de·scrib·a·ble (ĭn’dĭ-skrī’bə-bəl) adj.
impossible to describe; exceeding description
God is big. Really big. Really, really big. So big that He’s indescribable. In contrast, we are small. Really small. Really, really small. But not so small that God deems us insignificant. Rather, God considered humanity on tiny planet Earth so significant that He came to us in human form and “humbled Himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross.”
That’s the jist of Louie Giglio’s Passion talk Indescribable, which Aim Right’s teen Bible studies viewed last evening. Louie is a gifted communicator whose energetic style enables him to combine astronomy, Scripture, humor, and stunning visuals of the heavens for a presentation that causes you to say:
Did I mention that we watched the video outside, underneath a sky that was proclaiming the glory of God? Granted, in Phoenix, the nightscape isn’t all that spectacular , but there were still plenty of visible twinkles. Keith & Emily hosted the evening at their home, graciously providing pizza, setting up a screen and projector, and leading a time of worship around the fire after the video. Thanks so much, Keith & Em!