This semester in Campus Outreach at Virginia Tech, we’ve been going through a series called “One Movement”. Essentially, we’ve looked at the Bible as one story of God’s redemption for his people throughout history. The video below is my message concluding the “Tipping Point,” where Christ made the message of salvation known and the apostles began … More The Worth of Christ
At Campus Outreach at Virginia Tech, we went through a series called “One Movement”, where we studied the entire Bible as God’s redemptive history for those who trust in Him. I got the pleasure of sharing the story of Daniel as he was taken from his native land and forced to serve the Babylonian king, … More The Impact of Worship
Everyone knows the classic rags to riches story. We love hearing stories of people growing up in poverty and making it to the big time. VH1 made a killing off assembling a whole show with shots of big houses, fancy cars and lavish furniture. Yet, there’s something somewhat unsatisfying when you see the show and hear … More Rags to Riches, and Riches to Rags?
Even on the first day I was in Paris, I knew it wasn’t the City of Lights it was boasted to be. Culture paints the city so romantically: the beautiful Eiffel Tower, the romantic cuisine and the gorgeous Seine River, among other things. And those perceptions aren’t inaccurate — there just such a small picture … More Paris, the City of Lights? (Part II)
Paris, with the beautiful Eiffel Tower lit up at night almost like a watch tower, has been dubbed “the city of lights”. There are always people, always things happening. Yet, isn’t this name somewhat ironic? And it’s not just amidst the recent tragedy. I was back for my second full day of experiencing Paris, after … More Paris, the City of Lights? (Part I)
I wasn’t about to be that classic tourist, camera around the neck, map hovering in front of his face, asking everyone and their mother where Buckingham Palace was. Nope! Yet, I was lost. And the next day. And the day after that. Luckily, London has these handy stands with a map of where you are with … More Lost in London