Attention G4F subscribers, we are here! Over the past few months, life has been crazy for the both of us; working full time and preparing for college has kept us both quite busy. However, we apologize for making it so long before reaching back out. We have both missed interacting with each of you, and are ready to continue the work we feel God is using. If you are itching for more content, check out our “13:15” Podcast here!
I have started college at North Carolina State University. I am studying Chemical and Paper Science Engineering currently. Over the summer, I worked for a commercial plumbing business, C & L Plumbing, to learn some skills and make some money to pay for college. Here on campus, I have been seeking community with the Body of Christ. There are several campus ministries I am trying to get plugged in with. However, I desperately miss having Caleb here to challenge me and keep me honest. I miss the iron that sharpens me (Proverbs 27:17)!!
Over the next few years, I am not sure where God will be leading me or Caleb. I am confident He will use us for the advancement of His Kingdom. I am thankful to each of you who support us and encourage us. It truly means a lot to us. Please pray for Caleb and I we continue in our walk with the Lord, and dig deeper into heavy academics. I am excited to continue the journey of Grounds4faith with Caleb! I miss writing articles and having genuine discussions with other believers and non-believers.
Hey all! I started college at Virginia Commonwealth University this fall seeking my Bachelor’s degree in business administration. Over the course of the summer I interned at my church, working along side the youth ministry. I also was working full time at Walmart. Ben and I were both swamped working around 50-55 hours a week! Needless to say, we’ve been keeping it moving for sure! In regards to college, unlike Ben, I commute rather than living on campus. At first, this was problematic for me because with a wacky class schedule, I struggled to make friends, have meaningful conversations, and build relationships; moreover, I began to feel the same thing Ben was experiencing: loneliness. I have found comfort and my place through it all, but it has been tough without Benjamin by my side.
I don’t know what the future looks like for myself or Ben, but I know that we will be following the Lord and looking for His hand every step of the way! I’ve been blessed with many opportunities to have Gospel conversations with people on campus. Pray that I will continue to see those opportunities as they arise and as I walk with the Lord. Please continue to pray for Ben and myself as we work and go through our college course work.
May God bless you and keep you, and use you for His great work!
Best regards, Caleb and Ben