The Live Offensively Fearless Summer Tour has crisscrossed the US for four consecutive summers now. Every summer we tour between 10 and 15 Christian Rock Music Festivals coast to coast. Every single week we minister in a different state outfitting tens of thousands of students with a message. We have had the opportunity to be a part of what God is doing: raising up a generation of world changers. In between festivals, we will be rock climbing among other things. I have started this blog for friends, family, and pretty much anyone interested to follow my journey and hear about how God is moving during the summer.
So almost exactly a year ago, I was at a christian music festival called Cornerstone when I came in contact with a group called live offensively. My current boyfriend (a complete stranger to me at the time of Cornerstone) started telling me all about the things that Live Offensively stands for, and what they do. As he was telling me these things, it felt as if many prayers had been answered. I was hoping for an opportunity to travel the country, ministering to teens, allowing God to stretch me, and here it was! Throughout the year I prayed for God’s confirmation, and His provision, to allow me to go on tour with Live Offensively if it was in His will, and thankfully it was! I will be leaving in one short week and after a year of praying and preparing for this adventure spiritually, I am excited to see what God has in store. Please pray for my team and I as we are traveling.
That is right, I am officially in Ohio with the gang! It was a long (4.5 hour) drive to get here, but I am here and with my team of beautiful brothers and sisters. Tonight a few of the members made dinner for us (very appreciated!) and everything remained pretty chill. There was a sudden thunderstorm and as I sat outside watching the lightening, I thanked God for bringing me here. I know this is where I am supposed to be right now.
Tomorrow we will be working Alive Fest and I will have much more to update you on!
It basically started out in a bumpy car ride which lead me to puke… a lot. Oatmeal to be specific. I was not feeling great throughout the day, but I refused to let that stop me from witnessing, and talking to the wonderful people that I encountered. I met a handful of awesome people.
Quick stories (because I am tired but want to keep y’all in the loop)
Well, it is time for this girl to get some shut eye!