Where I serve
God has called me to serve the college students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. You'll typically find me hanging out at the Newman Center, the nearby coffee shop, or playing Spikeball on campus. I have a pretty cool story about how Jesus has changed my life -- I think you should hear it sometime! Come find me and I'd love to share it with you. Here's a pic of my team!
I grew up in Nebraska in the midst of a very Catholic family. It was in my family that I was taught the beginnings of my faith. It wasn't until later that I really understood how incredible the faith is and my how to have a relationship with Jesus.
Following high school, I felt the Lord's call to seminary. I studied at St. John Vianney College Seminary and graduated with double majors in Philosophy and Catholic Studies. Following graduation, the Lord made it clear that he wasn't calling me to continue in seminary, yet my heart greatly desired to serve a mission for Christ. Jesus presented me with the opportunity to live out this desire as a FOCUS missionary.
As a missionary, my greatest desire is to lead all students to Christ. My life has been transformed by Jesus and I want nothing more than to bring this joy to others and introduce them to the life-changing message of the Gospel. In His ministry on earth, Jesus humbled Himself to meet us on our level, taking on our humanity, and spending most of His time investing deeply in a few. I look to Jesus’ own example to find the best method of reaching the world. I've been constantly amazed by the different souls I've encountered on campus.
When I answered the call to join FOCUS, I made the decision to rely on the spiritual and financial support of mission partners to help me through this mission. I've been blessed with the most amazing people who have journeyed with me as I serve on campus. If you are interested in partnering with me, please let me know of the best way to reach you and I will schedule an appointment. I'd be honored to share this mission with you. Please keep me and my students in your prayers!