Logan Sayler

Data Management

12. 11. 20

Wow, it’s crazy to think that we’re already down to our last week of the internship. Since moving online for the last several weeks of our internship, time has really flown by and the weeks have felt like days. Thankfully, week 11 contained the great opportunity of airing our December Revival Nights! This was easily the highlight of the week and us interns were blessed with the opportunity to gather together to watch the livestream and reply to people who were texting in looking for answers and encouragement in their faith.

11. 14. 20

Week 7 of our time at Pulse was a bittersweet milestone as we officially entered the second half of our internship. Between some technical difficulties on the data management end, and the drama of election week, this week was a bit on the stressful side. However, we got to close out our time together by going to Minnehaha Falls for our weekly group workout.

11. 5. 20

Week six flew by and it’s so sad to think that we only have one month left together at Pulse. On Thursday we put up the livestream for the October Revival Nights and got the chance to gather together in the office to watch it. It was an awesome experience getting to watch it together and relive the event, all while talking with people who were responding to text the number placed in the program. Watching the livestream has me so excited for our Revival Nights coming up next week!

10. 29. 20

With week 5 in the books, we are officially already half way through our time at Pulse. As sad as that is to say, it makes me so much more grateful for each day we have left. Week 5 consisted of some Zoom calls, a lot of data management, some street evangelism, and a killer sermon given to us by Pulse’s very own Alex Hunter. Alex’s sermon highlighted some of the things we keep in our lives that keep us from the major goals we set for ourselves and was definitely the highlight of my week.

10. 22. 20

Week 4 was absolutely crazy, y’all. From hearing the testimonies of everyone else in the cohort, to hearing talks on leadership in ministry and performing signs and wonders, to finishing off the week with our October Revival Night, this week was so full and so impactful. Hosting Revival Nights in the garage was incredible and to top it off, I finished the night by making the decision to get baptized! It was such an incredible night and I am so greatly looking forward to someday having our first Revival Nights without any Covid restrictions.

10. 15. 20

This week was a bit crazier than the previous two for our cohort. We were able to gather in the office again and immediately ran into our first big event together: Emerging Leader Check-In. While the event threw a little wrinkle in our routines, it was an incredible experience getting to see God move in people’s lives. Being on the inside working for Pulse and responding to viewers’ questions was a super cool experience and I can’t wait until we get the chance to have another event like it.

10. 09. 20

The first couple weeks have been a bit of a roller coaster for our cohort, but have brought so much anticipation for what the next eight weeks have in store. Getting to know the team and being immersed in the culture at Pulse has been an incredible experience so far and I can’t wait to see the ways God works in and through each of us going forward. Getting settled in has been a blast and after being out of the office for the past week and a half, I can’t wait to get back and be with the rest of the team again!

Biography

Hey! My name is Logan Sayler and I am the Data Management intern here at Pulse. Due to covid, I am currently taking a gap year from Bethel University, where I play football and study Business: Analytics & Analysis. Working towards a degree in data analysis, Pulse has blessed me with an incredible opportunity to pair my field of study with a calling to know God and make Him known. I’m so excited to be a part of the Pulse team and can’t wait to see what the Lord has in store this fall!


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