Posts from September 2014

When Our Heroes Behave Badly

Jameis Winston just can’t seem to keep himself out of the negative spotlight. The accusations of rape, the reality of sexual misconduct at the minimum, stealing crab legs, and now inappropriate comments yelled from a table near the HCB building. We couldn’t ask for a much clearer picture of the need of some compass alignment on […]

To Be for Others

This week I’m off at the Florida-Georgia Emergent Leadership gathering. This is something that our District is piloting to try to develop leaders for the future of the Florida-Georgia District. I amhonored and humbled to be a part of it, honored because someone felt I was worthy of being invited to such a group – […]

Jeremiah 15: 15-21

By Campus Missionary Katie Boltwood: The first half of the passage is Jeremiah pleading to God to remember him. He has walked away from the Lord and now is begging the Lord to release Him from the pain that he’s going through. He understands that it was his own fault in walking away and distancing […]