I went to church only twice a year as a kid and was first exposed to the gospel when I was a sophomore in high school at a weekend retreat. I left knowing that I was sinful, that my sin separated me from God, and that I needed a savior. The summer going into my senior year God softened my heart and showed me that Jesus was my savior. I went to college I joined a fraternity so that I could tell people, who seemed to only be living for the weekend, about the joy, peace, and purpose I’d received from Christ. I fell in love with telling college students about Jesus throughout my time in school and fell in love with sharing Christ with post-modern secularized people during my time at a liberal arts school and studying abroad in London, UK. I have been given the opportunity to go to the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand to share Jesus with college students and to help build Christ-like leaders for the next generation.