Looking to God – Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness. (Matthew 6:33)


Jack Flacco is an author and the founder of Looking to God Ministries, an organization dedicated to spreading the Word of God through outreach programs, literature and preaching. His message of repentance and forgiveness offers hope for those looking to improve their relationship with others through faith in Christ Jesus.

When he is not writing or ministering, Jack spends his time with his wife and two sons, the youngest of whom aspires to become a missionary. His oldest son, who suffers from autism, is learning about God’s ceaseless love for those who follow Jesus. Jack’s wife is a Holistic Nutritionist and a graduate of the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition.

Jack and his family live in Ontario, Canada, where they dedicate a large portion of their time participating in activities dedicated to managing Autism Spectrum Disorder.

God is self-evident

Early in his Summa Theologica, Thomas Aquinas addresses the question of whether the existence of God is self-evident.

Aquinas asks whether God exists and proposes five ways of proving God’s existence: motion, efficient cause, possibility and necessity, gradation, and governance.

These arguments were not original to Aquinas, but his synthesis and restatement of the argument has engaged philosophers and theologians for almost a millennia.

The following is a summary of Aquinas’s five ways of arguing for God’s existence: 

First way: the argument from motion—everything in motion must be put into motion by another; this first mover is God 

Second way: the argument from efficient cause—the chain of secondary causes and effects began with an uncaused first cause, which is God 

Third way: the argument from necessity—contingent beings depend for their existence on a necessary being, which is God 

Fourth way: the argument from gradation—degrees, or grades, of perfection in beings presuppose the existence of a perfect being, which is God 

Fifth way: the argument from governance—nature acts with an end in mind as if designed by a designer, which is God 

The five ways can be considered one way of arguing for God’s existence, which was later called the cosmological argument.

The Kalam Cosmological Argument Part 1

Introducing Wesley Huff


“Wesley Huff is a gifted thinker, clear communicator, and articulate defender of the faith. More so, Wesley cares deeply about the heart of the hearer, desiring all he engages with not only to believe facts about Jesus but to truly believe in Jesus. I highly recommend Wes to any church or organization looking for a godly man in Christ to defend against objections and equip believers for the sake of the Kingdom.”

– Jim Parker III,
Retired Professor and associate Dean of Worldview and Culture at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Director of The Trinity institute