Week 16 Vlog. This video highlights Logan, Landen, and I’s adventure in Colorado. Check out all of the sights and sounds of us running around, and shredding that Gnar. Songs: Nothing, Kai Engel & Roufianos, Pithikos.
Some say it is the athletes. Some say it is the attitude. It may be the leadership, or some higher power intervening. One way or the other, it is not too daring to say that MNU Track&Field program has been successful. I am extremely proud to be a part of this incredible team that, in my opinion, embodies all of the things above. We are nothing else but a group of individuals, with different goals, beliefs, and backgrounds. However, our leadership, mainly coach Wiens, has been able to find a philosophy that speaks and resonates with all of us.[…]Read More
Week 15 Vlog. This video highlights my fitness resolution, Nelson Atkins, and some Emmaus Basketball. Watch me be silly and tell you my story. Songs: Sly and The Family Jones, Mike Schpitz and Phys Edison.
Week 14 Vlog. This video highlights my story of coming to MNU and how god intervened. Watch me be silly and tell you my story. Songs: Mind on the Music, Donnie Ozone & New Hope, Audiobinger.
Week 13 Vlog. This video highlights my resolutions for the vlog in this upcoming semester. Watch me be silly and tell you my goals. Song: Real Swing Shet, Menage Quad.
Week 12 Vlog. This video highlights Logan, Landen, and I’s adventure in Kansas City. Check out all of the sights and sounds of us running around KC. Song: April Showers, ProleteR.
Week 11 Vlog. This video highlights no shave November and me doing some video work for Giving tuesday. Song: Lost Memories, Ryan Little
Week 10 Vlog. This video highlights my Thanksgiving Break and the fun/ craziness with the family. Song: Solo Acoustic Guitar, Jason Shaw.
Week 9 Vlog. This video highlights my summer job at Camp Table Rock and how that ties into MIdAmerica Nazarene University. Song: Jesus is Mine, Ryan Little.
This week I had one of the most fearful and risky conversations in my life. I know how big the issue with political correctness is, however my stubborn brain keeps telling me to wage a war against it. I believe that political correctness is a disease that needs to be cured, and the only way to beat it is to talk about the issues it covers. I was so happy to find once again that professors at MNU are absolutely fabulous in helping with problems of all kinds. In fact, I realized that I am at the right university where[…]Read More