Week 6 Vlog. This video highlights an exciting week of faith, fun, and rowdiness at MNU. I’m excited to show y’all the excitement we’ve been up to here. Song: Stormy Blues, Arne Bang Huseby.
Week 4 Vlog. This video highlights my week At MNU and also introduces a new segment called Story Time.
Purpose (If That Means…) , Ryan Little.
Mind On The Music, Donnie Ozone (Fender Mix) (Featuring Pot-C and SKOL)
I have been learning some valuable lessons about having fun this last week. It seems like it would be easy, like Oh, of course I know how to have fun, don’t you? But in reality, in the middle of the insanity that is April, I found myself focusing on the stress so much that I nearly forgot how to have fun. Tuesday the Sophomore class council threw a Napoleon Dynamite prom. It was hosted in the tipping point in the Land Gym building on campus. The movie was playing in the tipping point, there were tater tots in the cafe[…]Read More
You know there’s a problem when you trudge up the steps of Smith on a Monday morning after having slept for three hours, get to the top of the stairs, realize your 9am class is on the bottom floor, walk down the stairs, realize you’re having small group Bible studies in place of class…and yours is happening in your office…on the top floor, so you sigh and accept your fate and trudge back upstairs only to realize that you left your backpack in the bathroom…downstairs. There is no amount of coffee in the world that can solve April. On top[…]Read More
This last week I performed in two of MNU’s student directed one acts. One of these one acts was a play called “All About Lewis” and stands to be one of the most interesting creative collaboration processes I have gone through to date. I first wrote this script, about an egotistical talk show host named Lewis Daily and the plots of his producer, Debora, to get him fired, my freshman year with three of my best friends. Since then I have adapted the script several times to make it more of my own but the original heart of the show and[…]Read More
Hey friends! So those of you who know me know that I like adventure. I also really like Asian culture. So if there is an Asian market, you best know I’ll be there buying all sorts of amazing foods. A few nights ago, me and my roommate/best friend decided to try something new together. We wanted to eat the King of All Fruits. Also known as the Durian Fruit. Drove to an Asian super market that is about 15 minutes from campus to purchase the fruit. They are rather large fruits. About the size of a water melon and the[…]Read More
Hey friends! Friday night, I got back from a crazy spring break. No I was not partying, drinking, or waking up with my friends then discovering a dead body that forces us to make a blood oath so no one ever reveals our secret. Instead, I was hiking through the Smokey Mountains with Kairos. 19 of us went to rough it up in the wilderness for three days. We left last Tuesday and drove to Nashville. We explored a little of downtown Nashville for a few hours then stayed the night at a church in Nashville. The next morning we[…]Read More
I have been loving this semester of classes that I’m in as well as the events that I’ve gotten to do through Action Pact, the improv SERVE team that I’m a part of. Friday Action Pact and VOP (Voices of Praise, the singing group that Quinn is a part of) got to work together to put on an awesome show for Heritage Christian Academy’s Father Daughter Banquet. It was a great tag-team event with VOP singing and Action Pact playing some games culminating in a SERVE team showdown lip sinc battle before VOP performed their final set. I love getting[…]Read More
Hey friends! So I have been thinking lately and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. I am majoring in sociology and I have some ideas about what I want to do, but I have not fully committed to anything. I am only 21! Sometimes I tell myself that I am young and I have plenty of time. But other times I feel so old and that if I do not figure this out soon, I am going to die sad and miserable! I was asked a few days ago what I am majoring in[…]Read More
One thing that I absolutely love about MidAmerica is that my professors will lead devotions before class or tie the material that we are learning that day into faith. This has really helped me to see how faith can be applied really everywhere in life. I remember sitting in a Communications Class and discussing how the theory of Cognitive Dissonance relates to the Holy Spirit and personal conviction of sin. It caused me to think about how God uses human psychology at times and how he goes against at other times causing us to know it has to be from[…]Read More