From an ordinary kid to a missionary going where God leads

I found myself in East Asia because that is where God called me to be. Three years ago I was a somewhat scared, somewhat cocky, high school senior in Wisconsin getting ready to begin college at the University of Montana. I arrived on campus with little thought about my spiritual life, let alone plans to [...]

Matt Went Over the Edge

My college experience had a rocky start to it. I found myself seeking hollow relationships founded on convenience and filled with parties and drinking. This isn’t to say I never found real friends or had meaningful experiences.  However, in the process, I lost myself. When I finally came back to school this past August for [...]

Zach: Reminded at TCX

I wasn’t sure what to expect. This was the first TCX conference I had ever been a part of.  I had heard some pretty amazing things, but it was all still just second-hand experience. I’m happy to report I was not at all disappointed. The main sessions were definitely the highlight of my time at TCX. [...]

Surrender. That’s something I thought I had a pretty good handle on.

I thought that I was willing to go where He wanted me to go and do what He wanted me to do. After all, I surrendered my summer to Him when I decided to follow Him to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Like most other students who went on a Summer Project this last summer, [...]

Epic Legacy Summit – “The best conference I’ve ever been to.”

“Hey, do you guys want to go to this Epic Legacy Summit conference in Minnesota?” This was the question I asked our Epic students during one of our weekly meetings without much expectation.  Our ministry was still fairly new and our small group still in the process of getting to know each other.  Also, Minnesota [...]

“From a Difficult Start to a Clear Vision”

From as early as I can remember, my Mom was a substance abuser. As time went on I (Sean, pictured left) fell in love with school because there I could find friends, loving teachers, and I could perform well enough to get everyone’s approval. At the end of 8th grade, my mom’s addiction began to [...]