ministry

Episode 32: Adam & Becca Stanley – Blueprint58

Blueprint58 exists to empower youth to grow into community leaders through mutually transformational relationships. Their vision: A restored SouthWest Atlanta where youth are empowered to grow into community leaders. Their approach: Deeply rooted in Isaiah 58:12, we believe that communities can be restored through building mutually transformative relationships. This approach keeps the individuals that make up the community at the center of what we do. Through spending time, sharing laughs, and engaging culture, we open up ourselves to other opportunities to partner with and empower the community we are now active members of.

Adam and Rebecca Stanley started Blueprint58 to connect neighbors and friends and broaden horizons on both sides of the relationship. Through sports programs, a young mother’s support group, community building events, and mentoring relationships, we strive to build future leaders from within. We firmly believe mutually transforming relationships will be the thing that changes the world. Crossing boundaries of race and class and history and culture will create a more beautiful tomorrow for each and every one of us.

You can find out more about Blueprint58 below:
Website: blueprint58.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Blueprint58/
Twitter: twitter.com/Blueprint_58
Instagram: www.instagram.com/blueprint58atl/

Episode 26 – #TBT to Episode 8 with Wren Aaron

Welcome to a Special September #TBT episode where we revisit some of our favorite episodes from the last season. On this episode, we revisit Episode 8 to hear from Wren Aaron of Church of the Highlands, Auburn, AL.

Episode 22: Jeff Whitaker – Auburn, AL

Former Auburn defensive tackle Jeff Whitaker is familiar with adversity. From living in poverty as a child to his mom dying of cancer when he was 13 years old, Jeff shares how football and the people around him helped lift up his hope for life.

With a new lease on life and a full time recruiting gig under Coach Gus Malzahn, Jeff talks about his plans for the future, lessons learned from the past, and how living out your passion can lead to truly living out your purpose.

Twitter: twitter.com/realjeffwhit
Instagram: www.instagram.com/jeffreywhitakerjr/

NEW EPISODES EVERY THURSDAY

Episode 20: Brandon Isbell – Church of The Highlands (Opelika Campus)

We sit down with Brandon Isbell, Campus Pastor of Church of the Highlands, Opelika Campus, to discuss life, family, ministry, passions, and leadership.

“Your most important ministry is your roof”

Episode 19: Whitley Dykes, Dumps Like A Truck

Dumps Like A Truck is a food truck with a cause. Authentic Chinese Dumpling Truck that helps educate and put shoes on the feet of children living & scavenging for survival in third-world trash dumps.

We sit down with Whitley Dykes to talk about life, family, faith, and reasons why he and his wife started Dumps Like A Truck. It’s a longer episode that normal….and one you won’t want to miss a minute of. It was good for our soul to sit down with Whitley and I know his story and his mission will impact you as well.

Instagram: www.instagram.com/dumpslikeatruck_foodtruck/
FB: www.facebook.com/FoodTruckWithACause/

Episode 8: Wren Aaron

We had the honor of sitting down with the one and only Wren Aaron. Wren is the campus pastor for the Church of the Highlands, Auburn Campus. Before taking on the role of campus pastor, Wren was instrumental in helping get the college ministry launched.