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Another New Chapter

If you didn't know already, I went to public school my whole life until my 2nd semester of 9th grade, then I did Independent Studies (online) for a year and a 1/2.

*If I were to list out all the schools I went to (my entire life) you'd get tired of reading ;) lol *

Now, it's time for a change. I'm going back to Chaffey High for my last 2 years of High School! It was kind of a hard decision :/ but as the summer went on, there were a few things that made me say, "Okay God! I know You want me to go back now!!" Lol. At several youth services, the men who did the little "sermon-ette", the "preaching" before the preaching (I hope you know what part that is), made comments about going back to school and lighting it with some Holy Ghost Fire, teach Bible Studies in class, and WITNESS!!!!! By the time I heard these messages, they were all confirmations about coming back to public school. God knew I was hesitant.. but... He has other plans and I will follow.

By the way, I'm not against homeschooling :) lol I just couldn't handle it..

School starts Tuesday.. I need all y'all to pray for me :) and I'll do the same for you.. I want to be used this year to bring my classmates to God. I want to show them the LOVE that God has for them. I'm not afraid to bring my Bible to school. I'm not afraid to dress modest. I'm not afraid of wearing crazy layered outfits lol I'm just more of a witness that way :) I'm truly UNASHAMED!!!!

I'll definitely be blogging about this new chapter in my life :) I want you to join with me!!!! Post on your blog about who you witnessed to, what you did/said, how they reacted (and maybe a picture). I really want to encourage everyone to witness wherever you are! Leave a comment if you want to join :)


"Be Happy & On Fire" <--- new words to live by

Comments

Kendra Thaler said…
I will join!

Cal State Fullerton has some lost souls looking for Jesus!
Janay said…
With that attitude...public school will be a breeze! I've done it my entire life. I will for sure keep you in my prayers!Love you girl!

Janay

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