my story ain't the story i'm trynna tell.


no more frontin’, the mask is coming off.

its time to get real with not only myself but with GOD.

Get up Gene, stop looking around to people 

Look up, he is smiling down on you.

a man

i want to be a man of action

pray for me. 

no more just talk.

lead by example.

walk as Jesus walked

act as Jesus acted

love as Jesus loves.

catch fire


vision, vision, I’ve been really pondering and wondering

how to bridge revival with vision. 

These days, I’ve been so encouraged by the heart of the freshmans on our campus ministry. Like seriously, this is one of the reasons why I’m still pondering about living on campus, experiencing blessings in a different way. I just LOVE THEM ALL! I’ve been really trying to motivate people to really step out in their Christian lifestyle to be so to speak, “radical Christians” to be Christians over campus crusaders and I have been seeing the fruits of these messages.

I love ministry and it is the perfect tool to work and to facilitate change and growth on this campus. But I don’t want it to be something that consumes my life. On one hand, I really could use the presence of spiritually accountable brothers in my life whom could really pray and get through in my times of struggle, but honestly, I feel GREEDY. I feel like I’m not being a Christian. I mean seriously, this is just my opinion but what would Jesus do? I’m sure he isn’t going to condemn me from living with spiritually strong brothers but is it really worth the souls being misdirected and mislead by this world? I know I am just one person in this whole campus but is it something that I am willing to let slip out of my hands? “Christians are like manure: spread them out and they help everything grow better, but keep them in one big pile and they stink horribly.” This is SO TRUE down to the letter. God did not send me to be with the healthy and able, but to be with the sick and paralyzed. I don’t mean physically, but with the spiritually and mentally ill. They need light to shine in their lives. And THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE, I’M GONNA LET IT SHINE.

well thats just one vision.

I was speaking to one of the freshmans as I was driving home and she was talking about her heart for the Professors of her class and how she is so broken and wants to share with them the gospel. Project Esther, they called it, rooted in Esther 4:16. I was so challenged by their heart and desire. They really don’t care what people say, but they just want to go and do it! I LOVE their heart and desire to see change on this campus. This really challenged me and led me to not only pray for the projects’ success, but for my vision and the future projects I want to orchestrate for God’s glory. So for all you readers, we definitely need your prayers! For this campus of UCSD to hear and know the name of Jesus not my intellect but through faith in their hearts. 

God is ABLE and MOVING.

Let us be that campus mover and shaker. 

Don’t just sit around talking about revival, BE THE REVIVAL

Cuz while you talking, people be DYING.

‎”Grace isn’t a little prayer you chant before receiving a meal. It’s a way to live.”


Some of us are far more concerned with our reputation than our character. The latter takes care of the former.

Winning people is better than winning arguments.

If your theology keeps you from having compassion on others, then you got something wrong.

With Everything.

The worst condition to be in is given over to the desires of your heart. That’s when you give up everything for nothing at all.



Can I brag on my Lord?

Truth Speaks Loud

no excuse