a few months back, i wrote a review of a great book i had read entitled eats with sinners. since writing that review, i have led our college ministry through an entire semester of studying the ideas and principles in the book. i also have since had the chance to meet the author, arron chambers, whose integrity and passionate heart simply validate the book. i am honored to call him a friend.
when christian standard caught wind that our ministry was putting into practice the art of eating with sinners, they asked if i would tell our story. lessons learned, insights gained, things like this.
well, that article released today.
here is the opening paragraph:
The ministry I serve, the Christian Campus House at Northwest Missouri State Universityin Maryville, does not necessarily operate under what I would call a “written budget.” This mostly is because we rarely have money with which to budget. And while I am only half joking, my serious half supposes one of the biggest line items, if we did have a written budget, would be “food.”
would love to hear your thoughts…and please, go buy arron’s book. read it. do it. and tell your own story.