By Logan Washburn | TRINICY.org
TRINICY-RELATED QUESTIONS TRINICY: Out of all God’s attributes, which one amazes you most? Why?
LOGAN: God's sovereignty and His power, along with His mercy are some of the most amazing attributes about the Lord in my opinion.
TRINICY: Who led you to Christ? Who are you leading or hope to lead to Christ?
LOGAN: I was led to Christ by my youth group leader. I hope to point all who I come in contact with towards Him.
TRINICY: What primary gift(s) has God given you? How are you using them for the kingdom?
LOGAN: God has given me the gifts of networking, writing, debating, and organizing. I am using these in my political involvement to try and influence the culture of my community for Christ.
TRINICY: Which person from the Bible do you resonate with the most? Why?
LOGAN: I most resonate with David. Though pursued by His enemies, and though he often felt alone, God was faithful to David and saw Him through.
TRINICY: What social issue do you care most about? Why?
LOGAN: I most care about the issue of abortion. Thousands of innocent lives are being taken every day, sacrificed on the altar of convenience. It's our duty as Christians and as Americans to defend the innocent.
TRINICY: What does being a Christian mean to you? Why Are you a Christian?
LOGAN: I'm a Christian because of the grace of God. Being a Christian means that I follow Christ, and strive to live according to His word.
TRINICY: What does being a Conservative mean to you? Why Are you a Conservative?
LOGAN: Conservatism means standing for what's right; namely, a limited government, a just government, and a morally upright government. I'm a Conservative because the facts and moral law most line up with conservative viewpoints.
TRINICY: What has your experience been like as a Conservative Christian on and/or off campus?
LOGAN: My freshman year of high school, I was at a public school. It was very difficult to be a conservative Christian in such a secular, leftist environment. Now, I attend a Christian school and want to help those who are still in the public school system.
TRINICY: What were your first thoughts when you heard about TRINICY?
LOGAN: I was excited when I first heard about TRINICY. A group to connect conservative Christians on college and high school campuses is much needed.
TRINICY: What advice or resource would you offer to fellow conservative Christians today?
LOGAN: I would recommend that conservative Christians continue to stand for truth in love, which can be difficult at times, but it is the right thing to do. Standing for truth needs to have the motivation of love behind it. Truth without love is legalism, and a love without truth has no purpose. Standing for truth means acting as a pillar that upholds principles that are true, and not allowing yourself to be influenced by the popular culture, as culture changes but the truth doesn't.
One needs to do this in love, which is an active effort to help others through the preservation of that which is good, true, and beautiful. On my campus, this means explaining my views while listening and taking into consideration the views of others, as people who disagree with you are just that: people. This has the effect of creating a reputation for myself of being someone who always has an opinion, but is still a reasonable and kind person. People may treat you differently for it, but standing for truth in love is a vital aspect of our culture and civilized society as a whole.
TRINICY: What is an interesting/unusual fact most people don’t know about you?
LOGAN: Most people don't know that I'm from Denver originally.
TRINICY: What passion or dream keeps you up at night or wakes you up in the morning?
LOGAN: My aspiration is to help people come to Christ, and to influence public policy in a positive way.
TRINICY: If Jesus were physically here now, what would you want to ask Him or talk about?
LOGAN: If Jesus were here today, I would want to ask Him about the ultimate truth when it comes to creation.
TRINICY: What are the three greatest life lessons you’ve learned thus far?
LOGAN: 1. Hard work pays off; 2. Strength rejoices in the challenge; 3. Christ's forgiveness is unmatched and unconditional.
TRINICY: What legacy do you want to leave as a Christian?
LOGAN: As a Christian, I want to leave behind an example so that people will see my life, and not think of me, but of what God has done.
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