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C3 College ALUMNI.

Issue #2.

Theology.

"God was letting me know that He was real and that I needed to get on Mary Murphy’s ‘Hot Tamale Train’. And get on it I did! It’s been fun. It’s been challenging. It’s had its ups and its downs but I’m still on board. Are you?"

Creative.

"Leadership was a muscle I thought I would NEVER use. I wanted so much to be an artist, and for some reason I believed that artistry and ministry were two separate things."

 

Leadership.

"It’s not all up to me. Easy to say but not always what I really believe. Even if I tell myself this truth, subconsciously I can be carrying around a burden, pressure, belief that I have to make this thing happen."

Where Are They Now?

"But what this time did for us the most, was receiving a totally new relationship to God; to understand how living, how close, how powerful the Holy Spirit works in me and through me."


Issue #1.

 

Theology.

"One of my more passionate areas of Soteriology is helping people discover the joy in the ‘already/not yet’ of their Salvation. I feel this one area, if understood and personally applied, has a profound impact on how a believer ‘works out their salvation’."

Creative.

“To onlookers of my life path it possibly looked like madness, however those same three years of college had bent the ear of my heart towards the Creators voice.”

 

Leadership.

"The more I observe the people I'm working with, the more I realise that the gold is not really present in the form of 'gold nuggets'; it's more 'gold layers'."

Where Are They Now?

"I started to learn about being a songwriter and the necessary skills that I needed to create a song but it wasn’t until I was pushed to my absolute limits in my abilities that I had to learn more important skills that would help me both sustain and succeed in the creative life."