January 15, 2013

Not Everyone Is Donald Miller, But...

Pete Englert, Relevant Magazine

In his book No Man Is an Island, Thomas Merton said, “We are all called by God to share in His life and in His kingdom. Each one of us is called to a special place in the kingdom.”

On August 20, 2005, I drove onto the campus of Valley Forge Christian College in my red 1994 Pontiac Sunbird. Little did I realize what was to come. The professors would deepen my view of faith. My roommates would reveal how self-centered I could be. I would attend a conference in Washington, D.C., that would include meeting Mark Batterson and spending an hour in a U.S. senator’s office.

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