I don't know if you're like me. It can take a while for something to stick. Some people pick up on everything and seem to have no trouble understanding what seems to bounce off my thick skull. " Don't you know that the runners in a stadium all race, but only one receives the prize? … Continue reading Running the Race
It's hard to believe it's been two years already, well for me, the site will be two years old in June. January 1st of this year was my two-year anniversary with Envision Atlanta. Back then it was just me and Pete, the site coordinator. There were other team members who had moved to the Atlanta … Continue reading Envision Atlanta: Two Years Later.
I've made Jesus a part of my life, but He wants to be ALL of my life
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
This basement may not look like much, but it may be the future home of Envision Atlanta. It's the basement of an apartment complex in Clarkston, GA. You may see water damage and a mess. I see a bunkhouse and classrooms, a staging ground for future work and a metaphor of the kingdom of Heaven. … Continue reading What new beginnings look like.
Like many Christians, I lived nominally for many years, never sharing my faith for fear of offending someone. I rarely opened my Bible and prayed only when I needed something. God felt distant, far away, and uninterested in the everyday happenings of my life. Things began to change back in 2012. My wife and I … Continue reading Why I joined Envision