I’m glad for directional signs on the road. Imagine the chaos that would ensue if stop signs didn’t exist in a major urban city. Imagine there were no speed limit signs, hidden road warnings, and/or “Construction Ahead” signs. Signs give drivers an idea of what to expect on the road. Just as drivers have signs, …Read more →
As an undergrad at the Honor Academy, it is weird to think of world vision. In all aspects we have to think about what and how will this effect the world. That is why world vision has been laid upon my heart to write to you today.
My name is Logan and I have …Read more →
When someone asks me to help them create a vision statement, a bucket list, or something similar, I always begin with this question. Not, “What do you want to do?” but “Tell me, where do you want to go?” Commonly a person or organization’s vision becomes a large goal list or something you write that …Read more →
The day is coming when you’ll no longer be a high school student, an undergraduate intern at the Honor Academy, or a college student.
So many changes happen in life and there are those who try to speak into those changes. We might put so much stock into the advice of a person that their …Read more →
The way I look at balance is more of a juggle than a struggle.
There are many areas in my life that all require a unique sense of focus but I have had to learn exactly how to master the balance of them all without “dropping the ball.”
Before the Honor Academy, I was in …Read more →
I am a graduate intern here at the Honor Academy, and with the responsibilities of my internship –juggling classes, ministry placement, relationships with my adopted core of first year women, building friendships with the 8 ladies I live with, and the bible study I attend at my local church…sometimes balance can be a struggle.…Read more →
What would you give to advance the gospel in the lives of the people around you?
Would it be comfort and security? Fame and success? A paycheck? A home? Strong relationships? When it comes to the gospel are you all in or are you holding back?
I find questions like this both inspiring and troubling. …Read more →
Jonah and I have a some things in common.
Perhaps you remember the story or the pop-up lessons in Sunday school; Jonah, a prophet from the Northern Kingdom of Israel, was told by God to go and preach to the people of Nineveh so that they might have the chance to hear truth and repent. …Read more →
Sometimes it takes explosive occurrences to make you see sense. If you’re one of those blessed people, who learns from others mistakes without having to go and do them yourself, you are blessed. One lesson that often takes significant occurrences to fully understand is the simple, but extremely potent fact that God is EVERYTHING.
There …Read more →
After three years of serving at the Honor Academy Christian Internship, there has been one thing that the Lord has shown me in more ways than I can count. He’s shown me that I cannot do anything in my own strength, but through Him the impossible is easy. One of my favorite stories to …Read more →