Hi, I’m Abigail Arrindell. Or Abby or B or any other name you feel like calling me. If you’re Spanish and pronounce my name that way I’ll most likely answer to that too. In the summer of 2015 I will be a freshman at the University of Florida (GO GATORS!) and will be continuing my studies there until I graduate in 2019. I attend the Jacksonville First SDA church and help out with Pathfinder Radio, though, as college approaches my stable church may change. For fun I like to knit and play tennis and read. In high school I was a part of the knitting club and we managed to make over 200 scarves for the homeless.
To me, living a life on fire is just that, living. As a Christian we live our lives in a new perspective, in the perspective of Christ. To be on fire is to live by example. The things I do in my life have no especial significance to me. The fact I will never eat pork or shrimp or go to a collegiate football game is not something I miss. My life is on fire! Yet, if asked, I can thoroughly explain to you my reasons for doing it. I can pull out my handy dandy Bible, say a prayer, and show you texts as I explain my justification for not doing those things. Living a life on fire, in my perspective, is living life without a caricature of who you are as a Christian and what you stand for. Be on fire! Be the bush that burns and has people removing their shoes in worship to God.