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  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 24
  • Relationship Status: Single
  • Religon: A blend of Southern Baptist, Anglican, Episcopalian, and a few things far and between.
  • Location: Conroe, TX
Article | Devotionals >
Yancey eflects on the significance of Ash Wednesday and Lent in his spiritual journey.
Article | Christian Living >
The challenge of discerning God's will for your life
Article | Devotionals >
Two near car accidents reveal a close, subtle link between praying and profanity.
Article | Devotionals >
Do you trust God, even when God's quiet?
Blog Entry | Culture >
Today I’m honored to be posting in Preston Yancey’s At the Lord’s Table blog line-up, in his own words, “a series of over 50 posts from varying authors about the beautiful, mangled Church. Look for at least two new posts … Continue reading →
Blog Entry | Culture >
Are we supposed to lower the standards for a community we eventually find ourselves in? If I intend on pursuing graduate school, am I going to look for a school that isn’t in high regard in the overall academic community? Probably not. If I want to become an authority in
Blog Entry | Culture >
I am looking forward to visiting my mom these next few days. My full intention is to read a lot, disconnect from technology and return refreshed. The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays because we buy a lot of fireworks, bbq a lot and simply enjoy family
Blog Entry | Young Adults >
I read so widely during the week that, sometimes, it’s hard to even remember all the great articles that have encouraged me. I save everything to my trusty Evernote account, but with 2000+ notes it’s hard to keep track of it all, much less share them to encourage others. So
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Jobs, relationships, traveling adventures, and the like are all good reasons for twenty-somethings to pack it up and make a move. But I think it’s also important to invest in each place even as we pass through it. It takes … Continue reading →