Friday, July 4, 2008

Summer Update

Hey everyone,
Well I have been working at Camp Vesper Point this summer running all the media, and I know some of you have been wanting to see some of the pictures that I have taken with the Canon G9, so here are a few pictures from the Canon.

Saturday, May 10, 2008

I Graduated!

So I graduated today, and to tell you the truth it hasn't really hit yet. It probably won't hit me till August and everyone is going back to school, and I a starting that full time job that has yet to be found. But as I look back on my 5 years of college, I start thinking about all the great people that I met and also all the mistakes that I made.

My first 2 years of school, you could say that I wasn't the smartest person. I made a lot of mistakes along the way, but who doesn't. But my junior year is when the Lord grabbed hold of me and has never let go. The people that he has placed in my life have made a huge impact. I want to personally thank you all for everything, from the guys in my small group, to my roommates, and to even my brother. You all have been there for me, and I can't forget the people outside my small group and those who don't live with me, you all have made an impact in my life. I know for now that the Lord has called me to be in Chattanooga for these 3 months, but after that I don't know. But I do know that the Lords will is being played out, and will continue that way. I am gonna miss all of you these 3 months, being praying for me and the others that are working at this camp, and that God will intervene in lives at this camp. Please stay in touch with me on here or on facebook. 

Thanks for everything,


Tuesday, May 6, 2008

WKU Capstone

Ok everyone here is my senior project for WKU. The quality and overall production value is not to my standards, let me know what you think.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Patience is a Gift

So its been awhile since I have posted on here, that doesn't mean nothing has been going on because it has. What I want to share today is a simple term. That term is PATIENCE. Your hear patience is a virtue, and that is absolutely right, it is also a gift from God. You see over the past month I have been placed in situations where I have to be patient. I have asked for patience and have received it. These situations have been in the form of me interviewing for a job and really trying to seek the Lord out in it, and he also put me in situations with the people around me. You see no matter what I want and how bad I try, it's always going to be on the Lords terms.

Here recently I interviewed for a job at a church, for the longest time I had been praying for this job and they called me down for an interview. Everything went well with it and they offered the position to me. I left and went home and prayed about it for a few days. But I never received peace about it, you see I could not see myself there, for some reason I just did not have peace about taking that job. If you know anything about me, I like to have things planned out and ready to go. Well this is one of those times where its not planned out, or at least for me to see. The Lord has his plan ready and I know that through this I will gain patience and trust through out all this.

Its funny that when you try to do things on your own, you are going to mess it up. I have experienced that myself in the last month. I have tried to control a lot of things and they fall apart. The Lord is always going to be in control no matter what. You are going to have times of weakness where you want to control it, but its never going to work out unless you let God take full control.

"The heart of man plans his way, but the LORD establishes his steps" Proverbs 16:9

We can have everything planned out our way, and think that it is going great. But remember that the Lord will guide us and as it says will establish his steps.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Is your light out?

So I know it has been awhile since I have posted something on here. God has taken me through some much in the last 6 months. You know here all the time that you need to do what the Lord wants and you need to submit. Those are only words until you actually follow through with that and really obey the Lord when he is calling out to you. I am experiencing this right now and I know that I am in a safe place and that the Lord is not going to let anything hurt me as long as I am here. But obeying the Lord comes with responsibilities. That responsibility is to be the light of the world as we are called to be in Matt 5:14. Henry Blackaby says that the problem is not that there is too much darkness, the problem is that our light is not shining in the dark places. For those of you who know me and you know that I like Charlie Hall, he has a song "Song of the Redeemed" in that song there is a verse that says "We sing it in the darkest place, we shine the light of beauty and grace." We need to be in that darkest place, our light needs to be shining everywhere we go, whether that be in church, home, work, or a basketball game. Are you doing these things, are you letting your light shine always, or is the dimmer on? Like I said with obeying comes respinsibility to the Lord, and that is to never let your light go out, if you have the light of Christ, then it never goes out.