If you have never read the Bible all of the way through, or if you’ve never had the adventure of reading it through in the order that it happened, I suggest you check this out. … It’s really cool to be reading the Bible and come across a digital note you made 2 years ago (and not be distracted by 1,253 other people’s notes at the same time.)
Yesterday I got to talk to a guy that had spent the summer in jail. At one point in his time there, he got in a fight and spent 12 days in the "jail within the jail." – no windows, a shower every 3 days, and they passed his food to him through a slot…
Tonight I left work after about a 14 hour moving extravaganza. Over the course of about 13 hours, we moved over 150 homeless men from our old facility to our new one. It was exhausting, full of unexpected questions, and tiring. After our first dinner and our first chapel service, everyone began to settle in…
I was asked to write down the three most memorable events from my first year as the Spiritual Life and Program Director at the Evansville Rescue Mission. I’m really glad I did this, and I hope I do it every year.
The other night I got to announce that the Evansville Rescue Mission is moving to the old VA clinic on 500 E. … There were a lot of questions, but then I got to preach for a few minutes to finish my mini-series on Galatians.
Since last November, I’ve had the absolute honor to be a part of the lives of men that stay at the Evansville Rescue Mission. One of them stopped me in the parking lot today to talk since he’s going to be leaving this week and we might not meet up again.
Here are my notes from chapel at the Evansville Rescue Mission. The funny part is that I was expecting to speak, showed up about 2 minutes late, and one of the men was already preaching! It was great and here are some of my notes.