Matt Razek described pivotal moments from his life in an Agape Latte event on Tuesday, sharing how seemingly small and ordinary occurrences in peoples’ lives can have extraordinary significance.
Earl Grant, Boston College’s men’s basketball head coach, spoke of his experience finding God and following His plan Tuesday night at the last Agape Latte event of the academic year.
John Walsh, the director of creative video services at Boston College, said discernment lies at the center of vocation seeking at an Agape Latte talk on Tuesday night.
The Boston College community tied hundreds of maroon and gold ribbons with their prayers written on them to the fences surrounding Bapst Library last week.
“There was no other explanation other than prayer,” Cullinan said.
“Most people are just interested in my dog,” Weihenmayer said. “People come up to me like ‘I love your dog!’ and then I’m walking away and I hear them say, ‘Didn’t that guy climb Everest blind?’”
John Walsh’s first video had thousands of views and was shouted out by Taylor Swift.
“We don’t know what the game plan is but we know who our caller is,” Sarah said.
“When I was about to say to him, ‘I forgive you,’ I felt free. This was one of the freest moments of my life,” said Rev. Marcel Uwineza at an Agape Latte event on Tuesday.