I grew up in a small town in Western Kentucky where corn fields and churches came in abundant supply. Everyone I knew attended church somewhere within our little county and that included myself. I accepted Christ into my heart when I was young but from that point on I did not learn the right tools or the discipline it took to walk in a relationship with Christ on a daily basis. Although I could sense his presence in my life, I was not founded deeply in the Lord and this led me to live for myself and for the things of the world for many years. It was during my sophomore year at Georgetown College that the Lord set me on the path to attend a Summer Project put on by Campus Outreach. During this summer I finally understood that Jesus didn't just want to save me from my sins but he wanted to have a relationship with me as well. Fortunately enough, it was at this same project that I finally learned how to practically walk with the Lord on a day to day basis.
Since then, as I have matured in my faith I have felt the Lord's call on my life to see other college students come to know Christ and for their lives to impact the world. I am passionate about seeing the lost nations coming to hear the gospel and to know Christ and I am excited to watch the Lord work through the lives of college students, and myself, for the sake of the nations.