Free From Who I Was

So my story. Well, growing up Amish I had learned about Jesus and knew about Jesus. When I was 14, I got really tired of going to church and didn’t want to go to church anymore. I thought it was boring and I thought God was boring and I didn’t see anything exciting about who […]

Real Dating: 10 Tips & Honest Advice

Dating today is faster than it’s ever been before. With all the technology that we have now, it’s easier to speed up the dating process. Finding a suitable romantic partner has been reduced to a single swipe on your phone. Gone are the days of courtship; of dating sustained by solid friendship. We are now […]

Why Do a Skater’s DTS?

When I was asked if I would lead the Spring Skater’s Discipleship Training School (DTS), I was stoked. It’s combining my two favorite things: Jesus, and Skateboarding! As I’ve been planning to lead this school, I was challenged with the question, “ Why am I leading the Skater’s DTS?”  In pondering this, I came up with […]

The Privilege of Giving

During our outreach in East Kentucky, We teamed up with one of the local churches in a very small town where drug/alcohol abuse, violence, and poverty are very common.  For the few days we were there, we attended every event and service at the church.  Through this, we were able to get to know the congregation and many who […]

A Red Coat and Hope

Inside the Lord’s Kitchen in downtown Louisville, I saw him. He was sitting at one of the tables. He was tall and skinny. A big, red coat completed the image. The same red coat I had seen when I had asked God who he wanted me to speak to.

Brave Love

I watched her walk away, the girl I’d met 20 minutes before, dragging her sorrow along with her behind a tiny suitcase. A burden weighed so heavily on her shoulders that it almost felt the clouds should have been out, the sky should have been depressed along with her. Instead, the sun blazed on our skin and we wondered, “Did we do enough?”

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