rebelling against low expectations

AuthorNathan Park

is originally from the Bay Area, CA and is now currently a student at the University of California, San Diego. As a visiting barista at Philz Coffee, he occasionally enjoys a cup of New Manhattan while writing in his journal. He is currently attending and pursuing membership at Lighthouse Bible Church, San Diego. One of his greatest joys is spending time with his brother by either listening to music or getting food together.

3 Practical Ways To Stay Centered on Jesus at Christmas


In 1965 a traditional seasonal cartoon was released on TV: “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” The program depicts an 8-year-old boy named Charlie Brown who is trying to understand the meaning of Christmas. Yet he searches for meaning in all the wrong places. He searches for it in his friend’s understanding of Christmas, directing the local Christmas play and even a decorating contest involving his dog...

Who We Are Becoming Matters


“Sorry, I’m actually busy.” Most of us have said this before, and in some ways it’s a really good thing. It’s far better to try new things, “challenging” or “more difficult” things and things that matter for eternity if you will, instead of doing nothing. However, if you’re trying to do everything you’re asked to do, you’ll get drained faster than you may think. For example, say your church is...

rebelling against low expectations

The Rebelution is a teenage rebellion against low expectations—a worldwide campaign to reject apathy, embrace responsibility, and do hard things. Learn More →