"This morning I want to tell you the five most important things you may ever hear," Pastor Léonce Crump, Jr., told the Taft community during Morning Meeting. "I don't say that as an arrogant statement. I believe with these five things—if you value them, if you allow them to shape the course of your reality, if you allow them to be at the very core of your person—you might actually be able to change the world."
Throughout his time as an NFL player with the New Orleans Saints and as a music industry executive, Léonce Crump, Jr., was a man of faith. He has been in ordained ministry for nine years and holds graduate degrees from the University of Tennessee and Resurgence Theological Training Center. He is currently a Master of Divinity student at Reformed Theological Seminary and a member of the Acts 29 church planting network.
Crump is the leading voice of a generation, and is committed to changing the world for the better. His mission at Taft was to help students understand how to do just that.
"You can be the generation that actually moves us toward a post-racial society," Crump said. "We can reshape the present, and have influence the future."Watch Pastor Crump's full Morning Meeting talk below to learn his five guiding principles.