For as long as I can remember, whenever I lost something, I would halfheartedly think to myself: “Well, nothing can ever be lost in God’s kingdom. God is always guiding me and leading me in the right direction, so He will lead me to what I have lost.
Running is one of my biggest passions. So you can imagine how excited I was when I had the opportunity to run 15 miles during my time at a summer camp for Christian Scientists! The camp offered trail running as a free choice activity, and I enthusiastically signed up.
At my school there has been a big problem, and maybe it’s at your school, too. It’s called bullying.
Two summers ago, I was on a trip to California with my DiscoveryBound NLC (National Leadership Council) class. We were whitewater rafting and having a great time.
On God, His children do rely. He hears our every cry.
I was going to crash. I gave my bike’s handlebars one last futile yank, but my tire lodged in the street trolley track.
Listening to God can sometimes seem difficult. There are things everywhere in our life that try to distract us from God’s voice, be it wrong motives, unloving thoughts, or simply thinking that we don’t need God and that we can figure out life all on our own.
One Sunday several months ago, I was having a great time expressing God while playing basketball. I was thinking about reflecting Him as Spirit, through qualities like strength, speed, and joy.
The night of December 20, 2012, I was reading a book for a school assignment. It addressed human trafficking and slavery issues in America today.
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