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It’s been easy this year to feel overwhelmed, insignificant, and stretched too far. I am the only full-time staff member at Kent State University, and the needs of the harvest are far beyond the skill or capacity of this ordinary worker. But I want to share a story that has encouraged me this year. This story has renewed my confidence, strength and hope, and God has used it to remind me that the harvest is, and always will be, His and not mine. 
 

Jon is a new member of my huddle this year. He’s been a terrific addition to the group of guys that I meet with every Wednesday night. The huddle format we've adopted divides our large number of students into small groups where vulnerability and accountability are much more possible. It's been transforming our Navigator community in a powerful way. 

The Navigators History Department has recently made an exciting discovery while reading through the journals of Dawson Trotman, the founder of the ministry. At the time of his passing he was working on a new discipleship tool: The Fellowship Foot Illustration. We have completed his unfinished concept, and today we are proud to share it with you.