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. Continue reading “How Selling T-Shirts Taught Me About Servant Leadership”
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.” Continue reading “God is on the Move”
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.
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.
Before we begin, appreciate the accidental amazing-ness that is this celebratory New Years Eve picture. Continue reading “Teach Me”
First reason is that I’m a sinner. Thought I’d get the real obvious one out of the way first. I’m a sinner, I fall waaaaay short of God’s holy standards, I’m in need of grace, lying is but one fatal sin among many. Praise God for the person of Jesus Christ. But moving on to reasons 2 and 3…
It’s been almost two months since I’ve posted. I even made a video on my way back from Houghton (yes, while driving) to post as an update on my time at Houghton, but I never got around to editing it…which is a real shame, cause it involved my adventure getting coffee, singing obnoxiously, and almost driving off the highway. And that was ages ago. Sorry for the delay. Life has been cray.
Harvest University has ended. What a ride it has been. Today’s final elective was by far my favorite elective thus far and Pastor James MacDonald’s final session was a challenge and encouragement. I am leaving this conference refreshed and with a renewed passion for my great God. Not only that, but God has answered prayer: I have direction. Continue reading “Harvest U 2014 Day 5: Fervent Prayer and Final Parting”
Every night, I’m finding myself more and more unable to articulate the experiences of the day. Perhaps it’s the culmination of late nights and early mornings, perhaps it’s the massive amount of teaching I’m receiving, perhaps it’s the overwhelming greatness of God, or perhaps it’s the combination of all three and some. Continue reading “Harvest U 2014 Day 4: Pretzels and People”