We Are Going to Puerto Rico in July and We Need Your Help

Yvette and I will join nine high school students and three other adults from our church for a mission trip to Arecibo, Puerto Rico, from July 17-23. This is a very exciting time for us and our church, since it is our first mission trip outside the United States. We are currently meeting monthly and … Continue reading We Are Going to Puerto Rico in July and We Need Your Help

What is God Saying to You Through Scripture?

A couple weeks ago, I was asked to present a thought/meditation before we took communion at church. The theme of the morning was allowing God to speak through Scripture. As I stated that morning, one of the things that I would love to happen in this lifetime is for God to audibly speak to me. … Continue reading What is God Saying to You Through Scripture?

Orange Conference – Moving Forward

Almost 3 weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending the Orange Conference.  This was my first conference in several years, and I was very excited to attend.  My experience, though, surpassed my expectations.  I have already shared my notes from each day on my blog, but I wanted to share some ideas I have on how … Continue reading Orange Conference – Moving Forward

YM Resource – Bible College Scholarships

Are you really wanting to attend a Bible college, but finances are standing in the way?  I know what you mean.  Public/state universities are expensive enough, and most private schools are even more of a strain on the bank account.  If you are looking for some extra help, I wanted to pass along 2 scholarship … Continue reading YM Resource – Bible College Scholarships

Modern Faith – When Listening is not Enough

This past Sunday, I had the privilege of filling in for our lead minister, Tom Gerdts while he was out of town, visiting his daughter in Turkey.  Now, it is over, and I am very relieved.  Not because it was a horrible experience or anything.  It is just that I get a little bit nervous every time … Continue reading Modern Faith – When Listening is not Enough