I felt God asking me to follow Him and trust Him with my life’s details.
I was not raised attending church. My family didn’t pray together or talk about God. I would say I was a believer in Him—just not a follower. I had never opened a Bible when I got a call from my childhood friend, Josh Husmann, asking that I help him launch a church. Josh approached me at a time in my life where I had gone from living financially secure as a business partner with my Dad and looking forward to starting a life with my fiancé to all that crumbling down. My fiancé and I broke up, and the economy tanked while we were building a new subdivision of 80 condos. We fired all our employees and my father and I were taking small jobs just to make ends meet. I could no longer live the lifestyle I had gotten so used to, and I felt lost and confused about my life. The reason I joined the new church was not because one of my best friends asked me to, but when he did, it was like God was asking me to do it. The voice was Josh’s, but I felt God asking me to follow Him and trust Him with my life’s details. I’m so glad I followed His voice.