As long as I can remember I’ve been an analytical thinker and loved solving problems. So, when I approached the problem of life and meaning I didn’t care about a fluffy philosophical answer, I wanted the truth. And I came to the conclusion that the truth could be found in the Bible, the eternal word of God. While I would have called myself a Christian for as long as I could speak, it wasn’t until I was about 15, when I started attending Huon Anglican, that I really started to grow in my faith. This was a result of having people around me that could challenge and disciple me. Looking back, I am extremely thankful to God for the people He has used to grow and shape me. And I look forward to what he still has in store for me.
At Huon Anglican I am the main AV guy, meaning you’ll usually find me sitting in the corner pushing a button for the entire service. Beyond this, I also play guitar at church every now and then and lead at St Jimmy’s Youth Group. Outside of church I’m studying a double degree, a Bachelor of Engineering and a Bachelor of Science, at the University of Tasmania.
I believe having a Christian community and Christian voice on campus is extremely important and I am thrilled about the opportunity to use the gifts God has given me to help grow Uni Fellowship by being on the student committee.
God has graciously given me every breath I breathe, and so I joyfully give all that I am back to Him. “I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me.” Philippians 3:12b