When I die, will I be forgotten?

“But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. So do not fear.” Matthew 10:30-31

Jesus criticized those who "do all their deeds to be noticed by men." Yet we do the same thing today. A great deal of our activities are born of this desire for attention and the often desperate fear of not being known, appreciated, influential, or remembered. Christianity meets this need in a resounding way. This book contains a lifetime collection of accounts, illustrations, and biblical material that speak to this subject.

The questions George Weaver raises in this book are some of the most important in human living: Am I significant? and its corollary, Why? How individuals answer those questions serve as the foundational principles for living out their lives. George’s solution is a biblical – and likely surprising one. He delves into the why of our significance as well as the how, providing the reader with a principled, yet thoroughly practical guide for making the most of our earthly days.
— G. Bryant Wright; Senior Pastor, Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, Marietta, GA; Past President, The Southern Baptist Convention