My mission is to bring God glory by loving him with all of my heart, mind, soul, and strength, as outlined in Matthew 22:37.
I do that, in part, by studying the best resources available that allow me to grow and contribute to scholarship. This in turn allows me both to have Gospel conversations with people who need Christ where we remove intellectual obstacles to faith and take every thought captive, and help strengthen the brethren wherever they are.
I’m going to go with Southeastern on their Oxford Study trip to the UK. We’re going to be involved with studying Baptist history, including C.S. Lewis, Charles Spurgeon, Andrew Fuller and the pulpit where William Carey was commissioned as the first modern missionary, and others. This will help prepare me for further ministry, both in the local church and in evangelism. Will you help me go?
The trip will require me to raise approximately $5000 (this includes expenses paid to the school as well as related to the trip). Specifically, the next two deadlines involve raising $1600 each by May 1 and June 1, respectively.
The dates of the trip will be July 9-23.
Where can I find out more?
Go to http://www.sebts.edu/faithandculture/oxford_study_program_2014.aspx for more info!
How can I help?
Please consider donating; anything helps! The following is my GoFundMe page: gofund.me/sbnf7g8
There are other ways to donate as well:
1. Send a check payable to SEBTS and mail it to The Center for Faith and Culture, PO Box 1889, Wake Forest, North Carolina 27588. Please include a copy of this letter in the envelope. This is tax-deductible.
2. Donate to SEBTS at this web address: https://www.signup82north.com/sebts/m/donate.aspx In the comments field, put “Oxford 2015 trip Randy Everist.” This is also tax deductible.
3. Donate through my GoFundMe page. This is not tax deductible.
4. Donate through my PayPal link: https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_flow&SESSION=MvO5VQxGzXtUaOZGjZxUnM6JyXD7V0taAkmfPuQw8txgGIlTn62f90CP7N0&dispatch=5885d80a13c0db1f8e263663d3faee8d96f000117187ac9edec8a65b311f447e This is also not tax deductible.