A lot of people have been asking what our itinerary will be like when we are in Haiti with Compassion International, visiting our sponsored child. Much of our trip will consist of checking our Compassion's ministry firsthand, serving alongside them at their facilities, and seeing our little girl. For a bit more information, here is … Continue reading What We’re Doing in Haiti
Over the past five years, my wife and I have been sponsoring a little girl from Haiti through Compassion International. In fact, I began sponsoring her in 2002, before we were married. At the time, she was four years old. This year, she will turn 15. It has been amazing to see her grow up … Continue reading Please Pray for Our Trip to Haiti
Recently, I finished reading the first book of the Divergent series by Veronica Roth. I really enjoyed it; partially, because I felt I could really identify with the main character...
The creator of Flappy Bird has explained a bit of why he took his game down, and I think I kind of know where he is coming from...
Today, my wife and I are celebrating our fifth anniversary. And we wanted to share with everyone that we feel God is calling us to write a book, and we want to ask for your prayers as God makes this happen.
The other day, someone asked me how long I had been involved in student ministry. Before I knew it, I had counted up over 12 years. Between the two years of volunteering, 18 months at my first ministry, six months of my internship, another year of volunteering, a year of resident ministry, and my current … Continue reading Trying to Pass it On at Open Boston 2014
Our Worship-Arts Minister and I recorded this for our church, during our series on the book of First Peter.
This last weekend was a holiday weekend, so my wife and I headed down to Boston again to spend our Saturday. Initially, we planned to cash in on our whale-watching trip that we were not able to do the week before, but we were also greeted with lots of family fun for the holiday.
After a tour of Fenway Park, I had a moment of nostalgia, which made me start thinking...
This past weekend, I had the privilege of going to Chicago to be in a wedding for one of my best friends. Mark and I have been friends since our freshman year of college. We have been in small groups together, we have been roommates, and we have done ministry alongside one another. In fact, … Continue reading Marriage Reflections