Up, down, left, right– black and white, directions four. But as I walk and learn and grow I am discovering directions more. AdvertisementsRead more "This Is Not a Graduation Post"
Most young adults who attend a Christian college get more than an earful about servant leadership over the course of their four years. We say it with a smirk, an eye roll, and a small nod to our college president. But that shouldn’t mean we should ever think we’ve mastered it.Read more "How Selling T-Shirts Taught Me About Servant Leadership"
This post isn’t cohesive. It’s not going to have an emphatic concluding point. It’s not so much an update as it is a collection of thoughts. I’ve ended up in a strange place and I’m just going to leave it.Read more "It’s a Strange Place"
2017 has been a whirlwind of emotions, experiences, and encounters. I’ve felt defeated, dejected, and desensitized. I’ve been scraping to escape from a spiritual slump. But I’m comforted by the words of the gardener in Luke 6, “Sir, give it one more chance.”Read more "God is on the Move"
Today is the last day of 2016 and if the title of this blogpost isn’t the aptest way of describing this past year, I don’t know what is.Read more "Millennials in Angst"
I wrote a thing today, a tribute about my little brother. I had coffee with a friend and we talked about death, perspective, and life. My mind may be consumed with a thousand things, but God knows how to restore my soul.Read more "High-five"
Everyone has places that they want to travel to. For me, it’s always been South America. I love the food and culture of South America, and I want to increase my fluency in Spanish. But God (my favorite Biblical phrase) often has other plans. Believe it or not, His plans are always better and more […]Read more "Mountain: Cambodia"