My relationship with George is what I’d define as “thick & thin.” I met this guy in college and we developed a “disciple/disciplee” relationship, though that never really panned out the way it sounds. George is one of the most loving people I know; super dependable, and will spare no expense getting to know you and what you’re about, no judgement. I’m honored to have his as my best man, as that’s exactly what he is-my best bro, through thick and thin.
I’ve known Jason for YEARS, and he’s literally my oldest fiend. We’ve been best buds since 8th grade, and watch each other grow in faith over the years. He taught me how to appreciate nature, how to bike irresponsibly, and enjoy creation as God meant for us to enjoy. There have been ups and downs, but God’s worked to make this guy one of the most passionate people I know in the name of Jesus. I’m blessed to have him as a groomsmen, as somebody that has known and been with me over the years.
What can I say, this is my brother. There’s an unspeakable pact that happens when you’re bonded by blood, and Mike has been with me through it all. He's seen me at my best, but mostly at my worst, and he's there for me with no judgment. Now that we live across coasts it's crazy watching him grow up and take charge of his life.
I'm not totally sure why we're friends, but somehow our friendship has become a long lasting, real friendship. I'd say 90% of our friendship is over gchat, but it's valuable conversation. Chris has been deeply supportive of Stacey and my relationship, and while we only get to see each other once or twice a year, I’m blessed to be walking in life with him.
I first heard about Andrew when somebody came up behind me and said “Andrew!!!” Since then we’ve been mixed up like 1000 times haha. He’s my roommate, twin, and has quickly become a confidant and a true supporter of my life and walk. Truly blessed to have such a friend that I've met here in my time in New York that makes a large city feel more homely.