Last weekend, I went home for a few days to help my parents prepare my childhood home for sale. Since I moved out of that house 13 years ago, I've lived in 8 different homes.
Thanks to the support of my family, the leadership team’s tireless planning efforts, and the enthusiasm within the Lighthouse community
Last December, I was having coffee with a couple of students and I asked them what they thought we should focus on
Since 2010, we’ve been hosting an interfaith dinner and dialogue on campus called On the Table.
Eleven years ago, as a sophomore in college, I joined the Lighthouse worship team. Even though I was on percussion scholarship,
I love language. I love the way that a great stand-up comic, a compelling TED Talk speaker, or a thoughtful preacher can frame our world
I’m sure you already know, but Tacoma pride is kind of a big deal.
When I was growing up, we used to sing a song at church: “I love to tell the story… to tell the old, old story of Jesus and his love.”
More and more I hear people saying that we as a culture have forgotten how to tell stories.
As we kicked off the Spring Semester Lighthouse series, In the Image of God, we held an experiment.
A few years ago, The Used began their sophomore album with a scratchy recording of man with a reassuring voice saying, “Life’s greatest questions have always been: Who am I?
There’s a nasty rumor going around that we just don’t read newsletters anymore. I understand, we are busy people with a lot of information coming at us. The solution?
After two and a half long months of anticipating my migration to Tacoma, it is my pleasure to finally write to you as the new Executive Director of Tacoma College Ministry.