might is the power of the cross

right now there are about twenty five junior high and high school students talking with God. some are writing things to him, while others are sitting across a chair that is filled with God and they are telling him the deepest, darkest secrets.

i am constantly in awe of the journey that God has me on. specifically the part that He has given me the duty to share Him with students.

at the end of the day, it’s not important how many kids i had on a wednesday night, or how many went to camp, or even how many houses we built in mexico. in the end, what is important is who these students know God to be and how is love is supposed to influence us to love the world for the Kingdom of God.

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