Student Blog [by a student] that you need to check out

I had the opportunity to speak in St. Augustine, FL during my vacation last week. I spoke to the student ministry of “Turning Point @ Calvary.” They were a great group of students, and I loved being able to be a part of their student ministry. I was able to build some relationships while there with some of their students. One of those students is Brandon Gilliland. This kid is a world changer for as young as he is. Brandon leads worship in the praise band at Turning Point. He also blogs regularly! It is somewhat unheard of that a student can be growing in their leadership development and relationship with Jesus at such a young age. It was refreshing to hear. I love sharing youth and church leader resources, but realized that I have never shared a blog or resource from an actual student. I encourage you guys to follow Brandon on Twitter, and check out his blog. He blogs regularly about leadership, worship, and the Christian faith.

Check out his blog here

Follow Brandon on twitter

About Brandon: 
“Brandon is a passionate follower of Jesus who strives to “Amplify God’s Kingdom!” Brandon blogs at regularly. There, you will find posts about worship, leadership, and the Christian life.”

Do you know of a blog that is led by a student that you would like to share? Please comment below and leave a URL for the blog, and I will check it out!

Published by Josh Evans

Josh is the connections pastor of the Oakleaf campus of Trinity Baptist Church in Jacksonville, FL. Before that, Josh had been a mentor and pastor to students for 10 years. Josh is passionate about empowering church leaders to make a difference. Josh and his wife Abby have two children. You can connect further with Josh on this blog or send him a direct email at

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