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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Monday, January 30, 2012
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Friday, January 20, 2012
Last minute (more or less), I'm headed to Minneapolis tonight and tomorrow with five students for some leadership and discipleship training with Campus Outreach (COM).
As you might know, we had a fantastically helpful time in Chattanooga, TN with COM, and I'm excited to spend another day with them.
Ryan, Derek, Leah, Nichole and Kimberly are coming with. I'm really excited for them to have an extra opportunity for some teaching on ministry and all sorts of good things, not to mention myself.
Every opportunity we've had to be with COM has been a blessing, and I expect this to be no different at all.
Pray that our time on the road would be safe and helpful in getting to know each other better.
Pray also that our time in Minneapolis would be helpful, challenging, convicting and whatever else that would convict us of the gospel and our call to share it and teach it to others on our campus...in our case, SDSU.
ps. The photo is from my cousin Christmas party a month back...I grew out a mullet especially for the event. It was a crying shame to have to cut it off the next day.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Friday, January 13, 2012
So, the students officially started classes again yesterday here at SDSU. I've been super excited to start again, with almost an entire month from when students get done in December to now, I can get an itchy trigger finger to get back into their lives, serving and doing what I am truly loving to do the most.
So, the Christmas break was great, spent a lot of time at home with my mom, Brother and his family and the Tanner's family with two of my little cousins. Then, I spend about 5 days in Chatanooga, TN for the Campus Outreach New Year's Conference.
Long story short, the conference was a super good time, lots of fun, and most importantly, lots of conviction and good time with the three "equippers" that came with. Lots of amazing preaching and simply a fantastic opportunity and great way to spend the time!
Anyways, now at the start of another semester, I am eager to make the use of the time that God might give me in 2012. Each day is simply a gift that I may or may not completely receive from the Lord, and that has been on my mind a lot lately.
Pray that I would treat each not without the presumption as if I have another after it.