UTHSC BCM Mission Trip to Ecuador
Pray for the UTHSC BCM Mission trip to Ecuador this week. 25 students, alumni, and staff were be working in dental clinics serving and sharing Christ.
Pray for Orlando!
Please pray for the people of Orlando and all those who have been affected by these tragedies!
One of our summer missionaries wrote “My summer missions experience drastically changed this weekend. The city I am in is no longer simply known as the home to the “Happiest Place on Earth”. I am surrounded by a city of people who are looking for answers now. I don’t know if I will have conversations that arise regarding the shooting. I don’t know if people will ask me the hard questions and question my faith, but I do know that there is a reason I am here. There is a reason my team of 17 is in Orlando at this time.”
“Even in the midst of these present trials, God is still working. He is still present, and He is performing miracles day in and day out in this city. We’re all struggling to see how at this moment, but we believe that good can come out of this. As I cling to the hope we have in Jesus I think about all of those who are trying to survive another day without His grace.”
Drew Byers, BCM Director, Tennessee Wesleyan
Why do you do what you do? College is a time when many students have to decide what they actually believe. I love being a part of that process. It is my desire to see college college students read and know God’s Word and have their lives changed through the process.
Free Time? I love to hike, play basketball, camp and read a good book.
Favorite Quote? “God cannot give us happiness apart from Himself. There is no such thing.”
Favorite Movie? Shawshank Redemption
Favorite Food? Japanese
Last Movie you watched? The Jungle Book
Last Book you read? Discipleship by Mark Dever
Coffee or Tea? Coffee – There is rarely a time when I am not drinking a cup of coffee.
What is the book, TV show or movie everybody loves that you just don’t get? The Bachelor
Are you Left or Right handed? Right
What is the most encouraging aspect of collegiate ministries? To see students “get it.” To understand what it means to walk with Christ and how important that is.