Messengers: The Cost of Saying Yes

Have you ever smelled death? Morbid question to ask, I know. But I ask it nonetheless: have you ever smelled death?  In the Song of Solomon, there is a part of this greatest song-story where the beautiful, vibrant Shulamite woman wakes up in the night to the sound of her beloved one knocking on her … Continued

Messengers: A Call to Friendship with Jesus

Many want to be messengers. Proclaimers with authority. Influencers with a following. But do we want to be friends? Friends of Jesus? And are we willing to embrace the life of loving obedience and loyalty that Jesus described of His friends (Jn. 15:14)? To talk about the subject of messengers, you must begin with the subject … Continued

Who Am I: Walking in Your God-given Identity

At some point, every young person wrestles with the looming question, “Who am I?”. This question sets the average person on the desperate quest to find a sense of meaning, identity, and purpose in their teen years which, sadly, many never find the answer to. This is because they are looking in all the wrong … Continued

The Internal Realities of Walking in God’s Anointing

What does it mean to walk in God’s anointing? We often describe a song or a message as being anointed. Or we identify someone accomplishing great things for God as anointed by God. But don’t we all want to walk out our lives with a sense of His calling and anointing? It is easy to … Continued

Transformation: The Power of a Gap Year

The idea of a gap year has become more popular in the last decade—and for good reason—as most high school students lack clarity about their future. While the application of a gap year has grown in popularity over the last number of years, it is certainly not a new concept.  The Bible is filled from … Continued

How to Choose a Gap Year Program

A Gap Year program can last from just a few months up to one year. It is a way for you to get away and experience something new for the first time. A gap year is a time to learn more about yourself, desires for your future, and going deeper into the Word of God. … Continued

Take a Gap Year to Pursue God.

Prioritize time to lay biblical and spiritual foundations that shape how you think, live, and relate with others. It is vital to take a season to set the groundwork for education, career, marriage, parenting, and all God has for you!