Acts 2:46-47 

“Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.”

Matthew 18:20

“For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”

And we’re back with another! My goal is to encourage, inspire, and lead you guys to a strong relationship with Jesus through these short little posts. Once you have that relationship with Jesus, your life will radically change. Also, a main thing that has been placed on my heart the past couple weeks is Biblical relationships. Which means to have friends that keep you accountable to stay on track and pursue a relationship with God. These friends also should be able to talk about how life is going and how well you personally are doing with spending time with God. So, what now? Find those friends in your life that will encourage you, pray for you, and live life with you. For me, my Biblical relationships include my closest friends at school, my small group at church, and a couple older guys that I have a Bible study with. 

Dear God, thank you for this day Lord, I will rejoice and be glad in it. Thank you God for everything that you’re doing in my life right now, what you’ve done for me in the past, and the life I have with you in the future! God I pray over everyone that is reading this that they may find the joy and peace you give them when we spend time with you alone, and with others. I pray that they can find Biblical relationships in their own life with close friends to live life with you, God. I thank, ask, and pray all these in your powerful, and holy name, in Jesus’ name amen!

Thank you Andrew Cupp for sharing! Andrew is a junior at Westview HS, looking to pursue ministry. I have known this young man for many years. It has been incredible to watch him grow into such a man after God’s own heart. Andrew was also a part of a design & marketing class at Westview that did some rebranding and logo work for us. The featured image for this blog is our new logo that he was apart of designing. Our new motto is: “Empowering Youth and Changing Lives.” You can also read our vision and mission statement under ‘About us’ to see how they tweaked it to better represent who we are and what we do. Again, thank you Andrew. May the Lord continue to reveal Himself to you and the plan He has in store for you!