Chris was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. Youngest of three children, Chris grew up in a Christian family and was (quite literally) dragged to church every single Sunday. In 2006 he graduated from the University of Washington with his bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering, then proceeded to work in a number of random jobs while he tried to figure out what to do with his life. After much soul searching he felt called to attend seminary at Regent College in Vancouver, BC. This year Chris just got married on Nov.
For many of us, life is okay. And you’re thankful for that. You’re thankful that your job is secure and it can be largely done remote. You’re thankful for the ability to connect online. You’re thankful that, albeit a bit slowly, vaccines are rolling out here in Canada. We have so much to be thankful for.
And yet the tension remains. Despite what we’ve received there continues to be a battle, a struggle against the enemies that surround us—a culture that influences us, temptations that distract us, a despair that threatens to overtake us. How do we deal with the tension in life?
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