My name is Dusten Harward.
Top Five Strengths: Arranger, Learner, Achiever, Belief, and Context
Meyers Briggs Personality Type: ESFJ (Extroversion, Sensing, Feeling, Judging)
Im a sinner saved by the grace of God. I love to spend time outdoors enjoying the beauty of Gods creation. I am a Tech guy/web designer/programmer with a degree in marketing and lots of experience in IT. I have a passion for small business, serving the church, and leading the tech team at my church.
I enjoy outdoor ministry and love to spend any time that I can possibly spare outdoors experiencing God first hand through his creation. Anytime some one asks “Would you want to go camping?” my response has always been “My bag is packed and sitting by the door when do we leave?”.
A little more about my background:
I am the oldest child of 8 kids, so family is a very big thing to me. After college at UNC Charlotte I attended the Focus Leadership Institute.
I work as the Technical Coordinator at Lake Forest Church in Huntersville, NC.
On this blog you will find some of my random thoughts from what it means to live biblically as a man in a fallen world, how to use technology in your small business, to some totally off the wall random ideas. Occasionally I will jump up on a political soap box as I can tend to have some very strong opinions. I try to look at things through the lens of scripture and apply it to my life.
I welcome comments and discussion as it helps to keep ideas flowing. I feel that you cannot truly know what you really believe unless you are challenged or questioned on it.
My wife and I renovated our 1940’s house when we moved into it in 2014 and there are always more projects to do, Many of which you will see highlighted here on this blog.
My desire is never to intentionally offend anyone but I know that’s an impossible feat online. I believe being challenged to rethink something is also part of really knowing what you believe. If you have never been challenged on your beliefs then how do you know what’s really important to you? So my goal is intended to make you think or challenge your personal beliefs.
Thank you for reading!