In 2017, my life was turned upside down when some friends and I were put through a difficult trial. It was through that experience in which I learned to slow down, reflect on the good that God is still doing and rest in Him. My life has changed since then, and now I proudly work out in Denver, Colorado, serving in ministry at Youth for Christ International.
But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ Jesus.Ephesians 2:4-5
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With the reports indicating that Texas and Oklahoma’s addition to the SEC is imminent, it is time for the Big Ten to get going on its own expansion efforts. Currently the highest grossing conference in terms of revenue (about $770 million in 2020), the Big Ten would likely need need to expand to sixteen teamsContinue reading “Targets for Big Ten Expansion”
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Every year, along with several of my friends from Wheaton Football, we give our best guess as to how the first-round of the NFL Draft unfolds. It’s always a very optimistic time, especially for a fan like myself, cheering on a miserable franchise like the Detroit Lions. But on Draft Day, hope and optimism abound.Continue reading “2021 NFL Mock Draft”
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