We kick-off our new Fall Elevate series tonight! I hope that God changes many lives over the next 6 weeks. We will be dealing with a lot of issues that affect the inside and outside of student’s lives and how to respond like Christ.
The central passage is: Ephesians 5:15-17.
Here is just a glimpse into the awesome brother Jordan has been to me. My younger brother Justin put this video together to honor Jordan’s life, go check out more of his videos here. Thanks to so many of you for praying, calling and leaving comments.
Jordan is my inspiration to live for Christ everyday.
For many of you know that my younger brother Jordan went to be with Jesus yesterday. He is my hero, he showed me how to be Christ-like in good and bad times. He was always the more quiet, laid back brother but had a passion to love others and show them Jesus. He is my inspiration and my best friend. He was always there for me and through his battle with cancer, he fought like a warrior. Jordan’s example of patience, hard work, love and passion for Christ will always live in my heart and I pray that you share with others his story and the gospel. Remember to tell the people in your life that you love them.
Thank you to those who have prayed and encouraged Jordan through his battle with cancer. Jordan would want all people to come to know Christ, and I pray that many people come to know Jesus through his example.
Jordan’s home-going time will be:
Visitation Friday night from 6-8:30pm at: Thomas McAfee Funeral home, 639 N Main St., Greenville, SC 29601
The funeral is Saturday at 11am at White Oak Baptist Church, Greenville, SC.
Thank you for the many calls, emails and words for Jordan, myself and my family.
Click HERE to read more on Jordan’s story.
Keep striving for Christ. Keep telling lost people about the gospel of Jesus that Jordan lived for everyday.
The olympics are always fun to watch, swimming is my favorite thing to watch because the winner is clearly shown and there is no “voting” or “scorers.” If you have watched the gymnastics you will see a scoring system that is skewed, the US team getting lesser scores than other countries while doing the same thing! It has been hard to watch for me…I’m not a gymnast but it just seems to be slighted in the scoring? Anyone else feel this way?
But…the swimming has been sweet! Michael Phelps and the rest of the relay team that beat France was the greatest! Not only was it awesome to see them win the gold medal, they quieted the “trash talkers” from France. The picture below is priceless!