Featured Speaker: Kevin Teasley
Topic: Everything I needed to know about being a MAN, I learned as a BOY
The ultimate question of life is first asked in elementary school: “Do you like me? Check YES or NO.” We were created with a deep need to matter, to belong and to be known. Another was one we learned in Kindergarten "Hide and Seek"— the problem is we never stopped playing the game! In spite of this longing to be known, we've become experts at hiding and not being known.
How do you play hide? At work? Hobbies? Leisure? Tech? FaceTime, Skype, but it's monumental to show up, listen, talk, laugh and be known. How are you seeking? Your wife wants to be known! Your kids want to be found! God designed you to be "IT" permanently for them... do you know that?
Maybe you’re like me, and it has dawned on you that you are lonely. You can’t escape your design, and we were built to live fully…fully alive to God and others. We were made to be truthful, dependent, and present. In other words, to “show up” in relationships.
About Kevin: Kevin Teasley is entering his fourth year as the Reformed University Fellowship Chief Advancement Officer. Prior to that, he served as RUF Campus Minister at Wake Forest University for 13 years. Before going to Wake Forest, he spent six years as the RUF Campus Minister at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville. He is a graduate of Ole Miss and Covenant Theological Seminary. More importantly, he is married to Rosie and the father of Kennedy (18), Micah (16) and Molly Jane (13). When not with his family, you are likely to find Kevin playing golf, fly fishing, listening to The Avett Brothers or watching Ole Miss sports.
Cost: Free ($10 donations are accepted at the venue.)