Senior and saxophone player for tonight's event at Worthen Arena, Tobias leads his fellow Anderson High School peers in evangelism. Christ is moving in local teenagers' lives through the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and "Anybodies."
Today Pastor Matt takes us through a quick exegesis of Philippians, discussing how we can empty ourselves so that we may be filled to overflowing with Christ. Matt shares his personal revelations as he has been studying this Pauline epistle.
Yorktown Senior and FCA Huddle Leader, Jansen will be leading worship tonight at Fields of Faith with Tim Tebow. Jansen shares a personal testimony of freedom as he can freely share his faith in high school.
Full-time lawyer, full-time mom, and full-time latte drinker, Erin shares how a performance-mentality professional life affected her parenting style. Motherhood has taught her all about true identity in Christ and living beloved.
Now a Senior at Anderson High School, Tobias Swink joined the Fellowship of Christian Athletes his freshman year. Not only involved in tennis, baseball and track, Tobias enjoys playing tenor sax. He is on the Fields of Faith worship team, and will be representing Madison County at the 10 Year Anniversary tonight at Worthen Arena.
Pastor Matt LaMaster was born and raised in Prescott, Arizona. He moved to Chicago to attend Moody Bible Institute and Moody Theological Seminary. There, he met his wife Hannah, who works for Moody Radio Indiana. He worked at several churches in the Chicago area before God called him to Southern Heights in 2016. He loves to read, write, and play with his dogs, Zeke and Ophelia.
Jansen Duncan gave his life to the Lord wholeheatedly his Sophomore year of high school. Now in his senior year at Yorktown, God has given him the platform of worship leader and lead guitarist for the 10th Anniversary of Fields of Faith. Once persecuted for sharing his faith, Jansen testifies of new boldness while witnessing to his peers. He desires to see change in others as they surrender to the Holy Spirit.
Erin Morrow Hawley is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Missouri. Professor Hawley teaches constitutional litigation, federal income tax, tax policy, and agricultural law. Her scholarship focuses primarily on the federal courts and has been published in numerous top journals. Once a former clerk to Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Erin now focuses on her two young boys, and teaches other young mothers what it means to rest, finding true identity in Christ.
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