Like many transplants to Denver, I’m a native Texan. However, I’m from that island of “weird” in the sea of the south called Austin. While I miss the Tex-Mex and brisket, I’ve come to love the Mile-High City and her mountains with a lot of help from my motorcycle. I attended the sister school of Baylor, called Mary Hardin, where I earned two BAs; the first in Theology & Philosophy and the second in Psychology. My next academic step was to begin an MA at Fuller Theological which I will soon complete via coursework here at Denver Seminary. My hope is to one day finish a DMin in spiritual formation.
I have a passion for craft coffee, but more so the conversations that can take place over a cup. Thus, one of my favorite parts of working in Student Life is the chance to chat with students over coffee and hear a bit of their narrative. Denver Seminary is an inspiring tribe of unique people, each passionate about developing their calling. I was fascinated when I learned that the Rockies are still growing, and this has become a metaphor for how I see Denver Seminary. It is already an impressive place. Yet its people continue to grow, becoming more of what they were made to be in service of the kingdom.
If the Student Life team can ever be of assistance, it would be my pleasure to invest in your experience at Denver Seminary.