What are we doing? I mean, what are we REALLY doing to impact the world around us? Chances are, unless we live in a cave of apathy and indifference (as many do), we are making a difference. But what kind of difference are we making?
Is it an intentional difference? Do we have a presence about us that is measurable by our absence? For good, or ill?
Life matters. People matter. Your neighbors, friends, coworkers, and enemies. Those you like and dislike. Those with whom you do and do not agree.
The truth is, we need you.
The world needs the
selfish, entitled, pansy, lazy, overly sensitive, easily offended wonderful, productive, engaging, understanding, and actually tolerant and compassionate you that is far too easily hidden, marginalized, and/or forgotten.
Step up. Do something. C’mon already! We need you!
What will you do that world needs? Let us know below.
Jordan is one extraordinary gal. From juggling full time school, two jobs, and many hobbies, to her aspirations as a female officer in the military, and her desire to one day be a medical missionary; hear Jordan discuss how her faith holds it all together.
Mat’s early years were marked by obesity and abuse. This led him to embrace alcoholism and drug addiction during his formative years. Hear him discuss hitting bottom, and battling back from the brink.
My latest short film is about Brandon. He is a family man, pest control technician, champion mixed martial artist, and Jesus. See what he has to say about fighting, faith, and pursuing your dream.
I’m pretty excited about finally being able to share the new short film with you guys. After hours and hours of work here it is….
Poverty and homelessness are prominent in parts of Memphis, TN. This is the story of one church’s effort to share a light in the darkness.
This past weekend our collegiate ministry hosted our annual Winter Retreat on top of Mt. Nebo. My friend Ron Barnard flew in to encourage our students over several sessions Friday and Saturday. This is a brief excerpt from the weekend concerning discipleship in a modern context.
Almost everyone comes to a point in their life where they ask the question, “God are you real?” This is a brief look into the heart and mind of college junior Grant Taylor as he recalls that point in his own life.