Here’s the second part of my research paper about the gift of tongues. Be sure to check out the first part if you haven’t read it yet! I hope you learn something from my paper. I know I learned a lot. 🙂 There’s still more to come! 1 Corinthians 14 was written to teach the […]Read More Glossolalia | The Gift of Speaking in Tongues | Part II
In my last post on my other blog, Teen, Meet God, I asked if you guys would like to read my final high school research paper about the gift of tongues. Sort of to my surprise, you guys said yes! Well, here is the first part of my paper. 🙂 I hope you enjoy and […]Read More Glossolalia | The Gift of Speaking in Tongues | Part I
This is a more serious post than usual for this blog, but it is part of my “days.” 🙂 I wrote this essay for school, and my mom (who is also my teacher) helped me edit it after I turned it in. It’s about the existence of evil and free will. Let me know what […]Read More Why Do We Have Free Will?
I’m very grateful for the opportunity to work and save money for my future. My jobs, cleaning buses and teaching a fitness class, have helped me gain not only money, but also practical life experience! I’d like to share with you three lessons I’ve learned from my jobs. Sometimes, even good people can be hard […]Read More Three Things I’ve Learned from My Jobs
Lately, I’ve been writing scholarship essays. Fun stuff, right? 😉 Well, I though you guys might find this one interesting. The question was, “What is the importance of civic engagement and service learning?” “Civic engagement” and “service learning” are good practices in themselves, but they seem to be associated with progressive education and possibly socialism. […]Read More An Interesting Essay
Last week, I talked to a missionary couple that my family is good friends with. If you didn’t know, I want to be a missionary, and I believe that is God’s calling for my life. These missionaries have been on the field for years, and I trust their advice, so I asked them to do […]Read More I’m Not Ready
I don’t know about you, but I don’t always feel like I have that Christian joy I’m supposed to have. Sometimes I can feel too busy or too tired to be joyful. But what is joy, really? Happiness is untested delight. Joy is delight tested. – Jack Hyles Although the fig tree shall not blossom, […]Read More Quotes about Joy to Uplift You
God is such a good God – I think if we just lived as he intended for us to live, we wouldn’t suffer many of the physical and mental problems that we experience. Science has proven that things God provided naturally have many health benefits. However, in our modern world, sometimes we miss out on […]Read More God’s Remedies
I am blessed to have many wonderful Christmas memories. One memory is of being at my church during a candlelight service with everyone holding candles and singing about the real story of Christmas. It was so lovely and peaceful. I also remember receiving touching notes from both my parents at Christmas. You guys are awesome. […]Read More What Is Your Favorite Christmas Memory?
I was able to buy a new macro lens! For my birthday, I received money toward a lens. After some research, I decided on a Canon EF 100mm F/2.8. I scoured eBay for a long time to find an affordable one, and I finally did! I am so thankful to have gotten it, and it […]Read More Macro Succulents