The time has come where I can say that I <somehow> survived my first semester of grad school. It feels great! That's so weird to say... I'm in grad school? Time really does fly. I remember when I was a freshman in the program and accidentally turned in a one page paper formatted in only… Continue reading How did I survive?
Hi there- I was asked to prepare a mini testimony to share with my on-campus ministry group tonight. The testimony was meant to only include this school year. The intended audience was those at Chi Alpha Large Group tonight. Take a read if you're interested in learning more about my story! TESTIMONY SCHOOL YEAR 2017-2018… Continue reading My Mini 2017-2018 Testimony
I grew up hearing a lot about fellowship. I knew what it was, but I don't think I ever really grasped onto the concept until quite recently. First, let's start with what fellowship is. In my world, fellowship means to be gathered with others for a specific purpose and with a similar interest. For me,… Continue reading Fellowship
"You do you" is a saying that many youngsters have adopted within the past couple of years. It generally means that one should simply be themselves and not worry about what others think about them/expect of them. To me, this saying is pretty empowering. Throughout life, especially college, people will expect things of you and… Continue reading You Do You
I realized that I haven't posted anything in a very long time. The main reason for this is because this semester has been so crazy busy. I will try and sum up a little bit of what happened in the last few months. Below you will find a few pictures from one of my Theta… Continue reading Summary of Fall 2016
A friend of mine is a missionary in Nauvoo, IL as a performer in the Brass Band. Because Rachel and I missed her so much, we decided to take the 5 hour drive down. We first checked into our hotel. The reason I'm adding in this pretty obvious detail is because there's a funny catch… Continue reading We Take On Nauvoo!
When I'm home I miss friends from school. When I'm at school I miss friends from home. It seems like an endless cycle. But I guess saying that you leave a bit of your heart everywhere you go with everyone you've met proves to be a true statement. Fortunately, I was blessed enough to have… Continue reading A Little Chi-Town Fun