It’s not my story, but it is my story to tell. I tell it by the way I live it, but I don’t own it. I live it, but the script is not mine. I am the narrator of my story because I choose how the story is told, but I am not the author. As the narrator, I know the story well and I must choose to communicate it creatively, but, thankfully, I do not create a completely original script.
My life tells the story of Jesus Christ in a way that no other life can. It is a demonstration of the transforming power of his Gospel. He is the author. I am the narrator. He creates the story, but I get to tell it. It is my hope that my storytelling helps you see that your life can tell the story of Jesus Christ in a way that no other life can, too.
After leading a non-profit organization called CHARLOTTE/ONE that historically worked with over 70 churches and worked to connect 25,000 20 & 30 Somethings to Jesus and a local church over its 11 year history, I moved back to Evansville to pursue how the whole Church can bring the whole Gospel to the whole city. So, I am privately funded to see how churches can work together for the good of the city.