The Austin Stone on Campus – Review

January 31, 2009 — 4 Comments

Wednesday night we gathered the students of The Austin Stone to worship on campus and cast vision for this coming semester.

I preached on our call as believers to make disciples through Matthew 4:18-22 (we are called to radical obedience to a radical Jesus), Matthew 28:16-20 (we are given the task of making disciples of all nations), and Matthew 24:14 (Christ will return when this task has been completed).

Hopefully we’ll have an audio of it up soon so you can listen.

Aaron Ivey, who led us in worship, has some great thoughts from Wednesday night here.

Todd Engstrom

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Although I was raised in the church and had a knowledge of God, I didn’t embrace Jesus until I heard gospel preached and lived out by some Young Life leaders. God has proven faithful and good to me since that day, even in great suffering and loss. I have learned to treasure Romans 8:28 as a wellspring of hope and truth. God has blessed me with an amazing wife (Olivia), three sons (Micah, Hudson and Owen) and a daughter (Emmaline). Growing up in the northwest, the thought never crossed my mind that I would have four children who are native Texans. Despite landing in the south, I still watch Notre Dame games with my children every Saturday in hopes they will land at my alma mater.

4 responses to The Austin Stone on Campus – Review

  1. it was amazing! great to serve with you.

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