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Happy Thanksgiving!

It’s a phrase that I don’t use often enough–thank you.  Those are the two words that come to mind when I think of this incredible group of family and friends who make it possible for us to follow the dream God’s given us.  So at the end of this day of thanks, I want you … Continue reading

The provision of God in a global recession

As money gets tight everywhere I’m finding that God has some interesting ways of providing for our needs.  Here are a couple of them: Free parking – After coming home from an evening with friends, we left our car parked in rush hour zone.  The next day, Jen remembered @ 8:30 am–1 1/2 hour after … Continue reading

May newsletter is off to the presses

Our latest edition of the Collegiate Chronicles was just sent off to the printer, but if you’d like to read an advance copy, just click on the link here. To open the PDF file you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. To get Acrobat, click here

Another reason to be thankful

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’ve got another dinner video for you. This is one that AUXA alum Andrea and her husband Derek put together. Thanks for sharing your story, Andrea!

Happy Thanksgiving!

On this Thanksgiving, I’ve got a lot to be grateful for. There’s my wonderful family, incredible friends, my faithful and generous support team, awesome ministry colleagues, and the group of passionate and talented students I get to work with every day. I’m overwhelmed! We put this video together for our 10th Anniversary DC Metro Chi … Continue reading

A taste of student ministry

On Saturday night the DC Metro Chi Alpha team hosted our 10th Anniversary Celebration Dinner.  It was night of great food and inspiring stories from the past decade of team ministry.  If you were able to join us, we’re glad you came.  Thank you for partnering with us to continue student ministry for the next … Continue reading

Coffee Snob?

I’m finally getting a little time to write down some thoughts that have been running through my head for the last month. Part of what has been keeping me going through the crazy end of the semester was coffee. As I’ve been continually refining my brewing process, I found it increasingly difficult to get a … Continue reading

Gaining “Incite”

I just got back from a 5 day Chi Alpha staff development conference we called “Incite.”  Steven Garber, the author of The Fabric of Faithfulness joined us for two days and talked about putting faith and vocation together.  We had great presentations on developing student leadership and international ministry and God met us during our … Continue reading

Man’s Work?

I like to think that I’m somewhat progressive. I live in Washington, DC. I listen to NPR. I try to avoid words like “mankind,” but every now and then I have an experience that makes me wonder if I’m missing out on some satisfying tradition. I’m a minister. I spend most of my day reading, … Continue reading