Deny Yourself and Pick Up Your Cross…Gee, Can I?

  Life does present its challenges quite often. One of the most daunting I’ve encountered working with college students has been regarding discovering God’s Will…finding out what to do next. This usually encompasses decisions regarding what major to choose, which person to date/marry, which job to take, etc. My advice has always been the same: … More Deny Yourself and Pick Up Your Cross…Gee, Can I?

Mentoring: Breaking to Bring Out the Best

Working with college students does have a major drawback in that they are transient.  I can’t even count up the number of “generations” we’ve seen come through here, arriving then departing every couple years.  Last night, we sent out two of our leaders who are taking youth pastors position in Missouri.  When our leaders leave, … More Mentoring: Breaking to Bring Out the Best

Seeing the Unseen in Others: Unleashing Hidden Potential

Michelangelo Buonarrati is historically one of the greatest sculptors and painters of all time.  He is credited with much of the artwork in the Vatican as well as other masterpieces scattered throughout Italy.  He was commissioned by Pope Julius II to construct his tomb in 1505 which is now housed in the Church of San … More Seeing the Unseen in Others: Unleashing Hidden Potential