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Adventures in Ministry
I’m about to briefly leave the state again, adjacent Nevada here I come. I’ve been given another awesome opportunity to do something fun and completely adventurous. I’m preaching at a Missions camp next week. This summer has been full of crazy adventures like this and I’m thrilled to see how God will use me throughout this next week. When I get back I’m teaching an Evangelism seminar in San Diego at a Filipino conference there, so I’m having a very busy summer, reminiscent of the last two summers working at Fuge camps actually.
Well, a fairly good-sized portion of my job is to help plan, promote and work at Tsunami, the annual student conference every December. This year it will be in beautiful Long Beach again on the 27th through 29th of December. We have made decisions on most of our talent for the conference and only need a few other pieces. So far we have, Erwin McManus, Wayne Chaney, Moi to lead worship and Leeland as our headline concert band. (more…)

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Re:action – Crooked.

Crooked

Crooked

It was quite possibly the most difficult year of my youth but one of the most defining times of my life. I’m pretty sure I can describe myself back then as a semi-athletic but awkward 5th grader, capable enough to do the things other boys in my grade did, but not as socially accepted as the other guys. I was always left out of the conversations and I wasn’t ever included in the laughter; in fact, most of the time the laughter was about me. Either the way I ran crooked so my legs didn’t look right or some other reason to poke fun, they always cut me right where it hurt, my self-esteem. I was never good enough to be one of the guys, and they let me know every chance they could. Fortunately for me (more…)

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