Posts with the tag “community”

Known and Loved
by Devon McCoy on September 10th, 2021
Like most college freshmen, I remember moving to Athens in the fall and not knowing what to expect. I was nervous, excited, and wondering where or with who I would fit in.The first couple of months of college were a daze. I felt as if I was constantly meeting people and making friends, but that the people I met only knew my hometown, my major, and what dorm I lived in. This quickly spiraled into d...  Read More
Living a Legacy Without Needing a Legacy
by Devon McCoy on January 29th, 2021
If I could begin life again, I might start First Grade with the deep appreciation of learning, which has taken me more than 20 years to cultivate. My most recent topics of interest: history & Christianity. Exploring the richness of the Christian tradition has been my driving intrigue since my spirit first came alive with this revelation:  "I think there's something about this 'Jesus' guy.“Standing...  Read More
The Heart of Worship
by Devon McCoy on September 30th, 2020
When the country first shut down back in March, many things were thrown into a screeching halt. Seemingly everything we knew to be normal about routine and life suddenly became rattled. I found myself missing the mundane. The aspects of my daily life that were repetitive began to lose their sense of meaning. Unfortunately, worship had become one of those things.Quarantine afforded an abundance of ...  Read More
Racial Unity
by Devon McCoy on September 9th, 2020
Unity in God. The phrase alone holds power. Everyone knows that feeling of being a part of something bigger, knowing that you’re needed, yet such a small part of the whole. The Christian body is like that. God allows us to be a part of showing His Kingdom in Heaven here on Earth- something way bigger than us alone. In fact, unity is a vital part. With all of the light that has been shed on racial ...  Read More