Here is a brief description of what the team I lead is and what we are trying to create. "Whatever you do, do it enthusiastically, as something done for the Lord and not for men..." - Colossians 3:23 HCSB (EA Business Development theme verse). The Business Development Team exists to help Envision Atlanta reach its … Continue reading What is the Envision Atlanta Business Development Team?
The day started off very poorly for me. I was still stressed about a lost check I found out about the night before and I had just realized gaping wholes in one of my many areas of responsibilities...donation tracking. Photo by Quino Al on Unsplash Some of you know that my main job with Envision Atlanta is Business Development … Continue reading How have you been failing today?
This is where it all began and why I get to work with refugees in Clarkston, GA. For those of you who support my work with prayer or through funding, this is why I'm doing what I do. If you want to become part of my support network click on "partner" from the menu above, … Continue reading How it all began…
It's hard to believe I'm six months into my work with Envision Atlanta. Emotionally I've been all over the place through this part of the journey. I've had easy days and hard days, ups and downs. Somethings have been easy and some things have been hard. Most of you who follow my blog either pray … Continue reading 6 Months later…
Thank you all who have been following my blog and praying for me and Envision Atlanta. This post is an update post and specifically for my blog post "What New Beginnings Look Like". If you haven't read that post, I would encourage you to start there and then hop back here. Our future ministry center … Continue reading Envision Atlanta Update #1
After six months of startup, Pete Brokopp, my boss has finally moved to town. We've been busy trying to get ready for our first teams to come to Atlanta so we can teach them what we know about missions in your own back yard. To make this happen we've been working on contracts for our … Continue reading Missions According to Children
As I was going through my t-shirts the other day and I noticed one I hadn’t worn in a while. My “W’s” t-shirt. Now if you don’t know who the “W’s” are, you missed out. They were a ska/swing band back in the late ‘90s when Christian ska was at its height with the Supertones … Continue reading T-Shirt Theology
I've know for a long time that perfectionist get less done than the average person. They spend almost as much time on the last 5% of a project as they do on the first 95% (to be perfectly accurate this will very from project to project, just know if you are a perfectionist that you … Continue reading The Detriment of My Perfectionism
The NBA playoffs are one of my favorite sporting events to follow. Unfortunately for me most of the teams I follow are from the west coast and therefore play much later at night. This means that I'm either very tired each morning for nearly two months, or (as is almost always the case) I go … Continue reading If I’m honest…
Hidden in places people tend to avoid are people and smaller spaces that will change your life for the better. Places and people who would leave us incomplete had we never seen or met them. I wrote this originally in my note book while sitting in Uncommon Grounds Cafe in Aliquippa, PA. Paintings hang … Continue reading Hidden Spaces