“I have seen the need for God on the campus. God moves in mighty ways, and I want to be a part of that at WSU.”
Since arriving at CCF in 2007, Carl has been an active and enthusiastic part of college ministry and church life. His passion is seeing young men experience breakthrough in their faith during their college years, and turning that passion into action.
My parents became Christians when I was two years old, so I grew up in a Christian home. I asked Jesus into my heart at age five. Around the age of thirteen I began to question God and really find out what Christianity was all about. I began to realize God did have all the answers and God was real and loved me but, I was still afraid I would not go to Heaven. I knew what I needed to do so one night I rededicated my life to Christ and really meant it and ever since then I knew I belonged to God. Through high school I stayed involved and went on three missions trips and learned the joy of serving. After high school graduation I lived in Germany and got into the alcohol scene. I did it to fit in, but it just left me empty and it got old really fast.
When I came to college I gave up drinking and got involved with CCF right away. I found a great group of friends that did not need alcohol to fit in and influenced me the right way. I was water baptized and baptized in the Holy Spirit and God set me on fire. But through all of this I was very prideful in my Christianity. One night my during my sophomore year, God showed me that I did not have my life together and I living a meaningless life without Him. Since then, God has given me such a peace and joy in life because I know He is in charge. God has worked on my character to make him more like Him. After four years in college, I have seen the need for God on the campus. God moves in mighty ways, and I want to be a part of that at WSU.”
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