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training camp recap.

Well I can honestly say that I had very little expectations for what would happen at training camp. And I’m so thankful that I came in that way because to be perfectly honest it would have been very difficult for me to be open to what God had planned for those 11 days. Alright, to start off the recap of camp I’m just gonna say that I consider myself a pro at setting up and taking down my tent and stuffing all my gear in my pack. I’m confident that I could go camping out in the

A declaration: "No fear can hinder now the love that made a way"

A declaration: “No fear can hinder now the Love that made a way” This will just be Part 1 of Training Camp. Training Camp: Our squad, coming from all corners of the country, met in Georgia for a week of training. My stomach lurched several times before this week came to pass. I knew it was going to push the edges of my comfort zone, expose my fears, and put me in the center of preparation for The World Race, making it real. Scary, exciting, new… Of course, when you prepare

The God I Believe In

I am writing this blog post in response to a question that I got ask. The question was whether or not I believe in an invisible god or a human physical god. The simple answer is both. But it's also incredibly complicated, hard to understand and explain, and takes a little faith to believe. This is why it has taken me a while to formulate an answer that makes sense. I will be pulling some quotes from the book On the Incarnation by St. Athanasius to help me explain. And I would recommend everyone