A New Beginning

Recently, I have discovered that I have a lot on my mind and decided that I should start writing it all down and sharing it.

This year at BG I decided from the moment I started my sophomore year that changes needed to take place. The first big change was going from CRU to h2o. At first I was reluctant because I felt comfortable with the friends I had made at CRU during my freshman year. I took a huge leap of faith my first thursday back and went to my first fusion group instead of the first CRU of the year. I immediately fell in love with the group. God was present in those students and I noticed from the moment I walked into that room.

I wouldn’t trade anything for this past year at school. It has shaped me into the Christian woman that I am today. I believe that this year was a huge stepping stone in my walk with Christ. Not only did I grow closer to him, but I also grew in my spiritual gifts and personal devotion to him. I now am consistantly spending time with God throughout each day. He has made me fall in love with him all over again. I know that I can’t relive my sophomore year at Bowling Green, but I do know that I can take what I learned and all the memories and strive, not for the equivalent of it, but for something even greater. God has big plans remaining for me this summer, as well as this upcoming school year.

Already I have been asked to serve on the worship team for this upcoming girls Chrysalis flight. This was an incredible opportunity that was presented to me right after I returned back to Cincinnati this summer. I have been spending quite a bit of time preparing for this, not just musically, but spiritually as well. I get to be God’s hands and feet during the weekend of July 6-8 and I am beyond blessed and excited for this opportunity, the girls whose lives I can hopefull touch and the seeds I can hopefully plant.

“It’s not the one who plants or the one who waters who is at the center of this process but God, who makes things grow.”

1 Corinthians 3:7

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