A Christian youth group in Saxonburg, PA has changed the lives of hundreds of students who have walked through their doors. God writes all of our stories, and this is the telling of theirs.
This is a short documentary on what forms the strong bonds that connect friends for a lifetime.
I had a lot of fun with this one! This is my way of saying "thank you" to all the students and leaders at New Life Students- you guys are amazing! You push me to make engaging videos, and it's all for God's Kingdom! I love you guys!
It's time that we put down the phone and live in the real world. I challenge you today to spend some genuine time, face-to-face, with someone you care about. Our time here on Earth is precious.
Look around you- nature is alive and breathing! When you stop and examine the intricacies of God's design, you are bound to see how everything is responding in worship! The tempo of the the melting ice, the melody of the birds, the dance of the leaping whitetail dear, and the stillness of the frozen lake. God is amazing, and creation echoes His voice!
For the last four years, New Life Students (previously Relevant Student Ministries) has done a local mission trip called "The Mission". During this week long experience, middle school and high school students serve in project-based work for families and organizations in their local community. God is working through the lives of these students and leaders to spread Jesus' love and God's Kingdom.
Every year New Life Students holds an overnight event unlike any other- Venue 139! The best part about this event is that the Holy Spirit shows up in a spectacularly mighty way!
In January of 2019, our family spent nine days at the most magical place on earth! We grew, we laughed, and most of all we experienced it together!
"Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, 'Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?' And I said, 'Here am I. Send me!'” Isaiah 6:8
This is the system I use to protect and store my comic books. Useful for casual and hard-core collectors! I just had to throw in the Michael Scott quote at the end...