A few days ago I was making a typical Walmart run. In the ten-ish minute drive from my house to the store I used some of the time to pray through a few things on my heart. Passing by campus I found myself asking God to use me to help show people the ways and … More Default Mode
I’m a big fan of the TV show Gold Rush from the Discovery Channel. It’s one of those “reality” shows that follow a bunch of guys trying to mine for gold in Alaska. It’s cold, there are bears, and almost everything that can go wrong does. But, they know the value of gold and so … More Discovering the Bible
Hey Friends, I’m so glad that you are interested in what’s happening at Kent Chi Alpha! I believe that this is going to be a significant year for us, and unlike any that we have had before. We are praying for healthy growth in all kinds of crazy ways. Jesus has some great things planned … More Howdy Ho!
Did you grow up in the United States? If so, then you are probably a habitual consumer. Consuming isn’t necessarily a bad thing (gotta eat to live), but the way that most of us Mericans do it needs some calling out. We consume constantly. We think we need stuff, deserve stuff, and want stuff (the … More The ANTIsumers
I love being on boats. My experience has been that anytime I’m on a boat I’m doing something awesome. I’m either water skiing, fishing, soon-to-be swimming, or eating massive amounts of smoked salmon and capers at the morning buffet. And doing each of those things is one hundred thousand times better when doing them with … More Friend Ships
When I look at Kent State, I see a little taste of heaven. Some students may disagree with me. But let me explain… Kent state is home to over 300 different people groups from all over the world. I have met so many amazing people in my four years at Kent State, and some of … More A Little Taste of Heaven
Over the years our annual CASBY (care about someone besides yourself) trips have become some of the most memorable things we do in Chi Alpha. They are great opportunities for us to help serve, learn, and grow in a variety of ways. They often help expand our capacity for understanding what it means to follow … More CASBY 2016