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. AdvertisementsRead more "How Selling T-Shirts Taught Me About Servant Leadership"
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"
I’ve officially decided to stop apologizing for how late I am with my blog post updates. They’ll happen when they happen. And this one is happening now.Read more "Overdue and Underway"
Before we begin, appreciate the accidental amazing-ness that is this celebratory New Years Eve picture.Read more "Teach Me"
I like to think of relationships as an epic adventure. Perhaps akin to Homer’s Odyssey, or Iliad–but with less vengeful gods and hungry monsters. Last Tuesday, December 29 2015, I began a new, beautifully epic adventure: one which I like to call the Chameliad.Read more "The Chameliad (AKA Boy Meets Girl)"
Three weeks ago today I had the privilege of standing beside my best friend as he started a brand new chapter in his life. I couldn’t have been more proud of Cameron for getting a girl to say “I do” in a white dress.Read more "#cmastsquared"
This post has nothing to do about Scar or The Lion King. I was trying to thing of an appropriate title that encapsulated the craziness of the past few weeks and this was the first thing that popped into my head. Thus, a title is born. There is some truth though–this whirlwind of life has […]Read more "The Madness of King Scar"