After many revisions throughout my journey on the World Race, my packing list was reduced beyond my expectations.
Whenever I find myself being overwhelmed by how busy I am and how needy people can be, I simply slow down. I remember that this is just a job and these are just people, and we're all just here revolving around food.
Teaching English in a foreign country is as hard as is sounds, but its more rewarding than most work.
How do we help the poverty stricken? What can we do to change the mentality of those who are stuck in dire situations? Is the work of NYCR worth it and helping to change lives?
I wrote a paper back in the spring of 2015 for a philosophy course with Dr. Brian Glenney. The course -- Brains, Minds, and Persons -- was a study on the metaphysical aspects of consciousness and the human person. The following is the final paper I wrote for the class and a big reason why... Continue Reading →
Since being at Gordon I have participated in ministry in a couple different leadership capacities, as well as participating in other groups. I have worked with the Discipleship branch of the chapel office my freshman year where I led a Spiritual Life Group, which is basically a small group here on campus. My sophomore year, I worked... Continue Reading →
The problem of eschatology looks a little different for the Christian who doesn't believe in the soul.