The Beginning

So, this is the beginning. I guess everyone should receive a proper greeting. Welcome to Apostolic Now! My name is Tim, I grew up as a pastor’s kid (PK) in North Idaho where I have lived for nearly my entire life. Currently, I split my time between Idaho and St. Louis, Missouri as a freshman majoring in Christian Ministry at Urshan College.

The word “love” seems to be tossed around quite lightly these days. I love coffee, as in I have a ‘consume a potentially unhealthy amount of caffeine daily’ kind of love for coffee. When I’m at Urshan one of my favorite things to do is sit at Clark Parker (the campus coffee shop) and chat with anybody and everybody. I love my dog, I love reading, I love writing. However, when I say I love God, my family, and my friends I mean I really love them.

Although the word love is tossed around with seemingly no regard to its actual meaning, true passion is not very common. What are you passionate about? Many people haven’t found their passion, that is, the things in life that they love most; the things that get them excited. Personally, I’m extremely passionate about helping others. Whether that be helping them with a task their having trouble with, helping them grow spiritually, helping them improve themselves, or even something simple like offering them a word of encouragement.

I created Apostolic Now as a means of helping and encouraging fellow apostolics. The inspiration for this blog came to me during my prayer time in May of 2020. I hope that through my blog posts and YouTube videos God will use me to reach someone. Thank you for embarking on this journey with me, blessings.

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