10.12.14, Hungry for Compassion, McKinley Sims

Food provides us with physical nourishment, and will keep us alive, but we need something more to truly Live. A popular young adult novel reflects deeply religious messages that can help us explore this fact. What do we hunger for, beyond food? What can we learn about the Spirit of God when we feed ourselves through compassion?

We are delighted to welcome McKinley (Kin) to USG as a student minister. Kin is completing his final year at Princeton Theological Seminary. Originally from Texas, he graduated in 2010 from The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA with a degree in History and Religious Studies, and has had a lot of experience working with young people, both as a chaplaincy intern at CHOP and as a teacher, tutor, basketball coach, and camp counselor.