When I was invited to CCF during my first weeks at WSU, I had no clue that my life was about to change. Something sparked that first Friday night and not long after, at Big Weekend, I was all in with Jesus. Through MIRROR classes and discipleship with faithful women, God healed deep wounds in the years that followed. I thrived in community and accountability through the JCD program and became rooted in a sincere love for God’s Word in Bible Foundations classes. Reflecting on that
time a decade later, it is so clear that the Kingdom-focus of my life is because of the foundations laid at Living Faith. The thing that really blows my mind is knowing these foundations were laid long before I arrived in Pullman. I am among the “generations” that were prayed for in the early decades of LFF! I rejoice knowing that the legacy doesn’t stop with me. Whether it’s nurturing a legacy of faith in my children, my work at a theological institution, or leading women’s Bible classes in my church, the next generation is already being discipled, and there are many, many more to come!