Reflection on Jesus, our great high priest (Hebrews 4:14-16)

by Ty Komjati I've recently begun reading through the book of Hebrews again.  One of reasons I love this book is its explanation of Jesus as our great high priest.  This morning, I was struck by Heb. 4:14-16. "Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son... Continue Reading →


The other things I get to do

This winter I had the chance to create a tool that will be used by the ministry of Cru at OU for years to come.  This tool will help promote the ministry at campus-wide events as it serves as a backdrop for more information about our ministry.  This tool is a four-by-five foot vinyl display... Continue Reading →

Gods that Fail

We are now halfway through our talk series "Gods that Fail" at 180, our weekly meeting.  Last week I got to speak about idolatry of relationships, how it has been a part of my life and why Jesus is the only one who can satisfy the deepest thirst that we so often look to romance... Continue Reading →

Day of Outreach

These people are Alan, Olivia and Redd.  I met them on the Day of Outreach at IndyCC 2010.  To learn more about them, read my January Update Letter. Day of Outreach from Ty Komjati on Vimeo.

Looking ahead to ministry

Recently, as I was thinking about the upcoming weeks of ministry at Ohio University, Iturned to Jericho.  Not literally, just in my head.  Stay with me, it's early in this post.  You're probably familiar with Joshua and the Wall of Jericho- the Israelites marching around the city walls for seven days with trumpets before their... Continue Reading →

Looking back on MPD

This past summer was one unlike any other that I have ever experienced. Graduation, engagement and steps toward real adulthood made for a crazy summer. The bulk of my time was spent doing Ministry Partnership Development (MPD) for my ministry with Campus Crusade for Christ at Ohio University.  Because Campus Crusade doesn't have any central... Continue Reading →

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