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Monday, July 18, 2016

Context, Context, Context

How do you know me? 
I've worked as an engineer, directed a Christian campus ministry,
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worked on a couple church teams, owned businesses respectively in building construction and in furniture repair, served administratively for a Christian college start-up, and practiced as a Colorado clinical marriage and family counselor and therapist. Perhaps I met you in one of those contexts? 

Thankfully right now I can still do those things! But at this special time in my life's journey I've troubled myself with the question, "How do I want to spend the next ten years of it?" 

After some careful and prayerful deliberation, I decided...I want to influence young adults....again. So, God willing, I'm orchestrating a return trip into campus ministry, specifically focusing on engineers at the Colorado School of Mines (CSM). 

So, I ask you again, how do you know me? Was the role, skill, or person I was for you someone you would recommend to others? Were you grateful to God for my presence and influence in your life at that time...maybe? If I was, or you were, you've glimpsed how God may similarly use me to influence the lives of young (19-21 year old) neophyte engineers. 

To set myself up at CSM I need financial support, but I really want it most from people like you who know me. I need friends--team members--who can and will attach themselves spiritually and prayerfully to my effort with students, faculty and staff at CSM. I need 200 people who will give $25 monthly. It'd be like you treating me for the cost of a coffee sit-down together once every week! 

Will you do it? Join me? Please give this some thoughtful prayer. Then, if you feel God tugging at your heart, go to my web page at Missions Door (click on this), pull down the "Donate" tab at the top right of the page, and support me. If you do it, text me a note at 720-350-2992. Surprise me with that super news...and I'll be in touch.

Oh, and one final question. Have you really thought about what you're doing with your next ten years? 

That's Dialogues...for today. Thanks.