I was very impressed and taken back that John would twirl each girl into the classroom, and would shake every boys hand. I thought that was brilliant because he is showing these little girls they are precious princesses, and teaching these boys young what respect is. His impressive interactions of the students gladly did not stop there. Every Thursday and Friday Joe does a segment called “Speak Life.” Joe was teaching his students phrases and a lifestyle from the Bible, without even telling his students. One day some of these students will get the opportunity to meet Christ and they will reflect on their music class in elementary school and realize Mr. Vercillino taught them the Bible before they even knew it.
Indeed, I did had the most serious problem of all: eternal separation from God. But I didn’t knew this until God’s Word was explained to me through those first weeks I started to visit this church. I remember counting up the days after my conversion, because I started to see the world through Him. God kept revealing His Word into my life and strengthening me through my college years, my new work and my new responsibilities as a later youth
My professors make me want to become a fun, loving person who just cares for others even if I don’t know them. School changes my Christian worldview because of how many things I didn’t know about the Bible that I learned in my classes. I have a family of four including me plus two dogs which I consider family as well. . I grew up in a solid Christian home with amazing parents that did the best
I grew up going to church every Sunday and believing that prayer solves everything. To me prayer is like a speech or a song, it is a form of expression. When I was worried, scared, or upset I would pray. With prayer there is comfort and a way to express yourself positively. Prayer is powerful, and with prayer in school more children would be helped and guided down the right path.
A worldview lays the foundation for what we believe about ourselves, about God, and about others. (83 words) I grew up in a Christian home, so my worldview has always been from a Christian viewpoint. I accepted Christ at age five, so I have always grown up in church and have known the right answers, but it was not until sophomore year when I truly developed my worldview for myself. Sophomore year of high school is when I realized that I needed to stop going through the motions and truly live out the Christian life. It was then when I began making intentional decisions to stand up for what I believe in.
I sat and thought about that all through church and was in awe of my father’s love for God. A love that parents have passed onto their children for generations in my family. Throughout the years growing up since that day I went to various youth groups, masses, and retreats but it wasn’t until my church sent me on a mission trip that I really understood what the love of God was. It was the Summer of my Freshman year in highschool and I was all packed and ready to make the long drive to
For the past five years I have attended Mission Arlington with my youth group during spring break. Mission Arlington is a organization that helps the needy and helps to improve the lives of citizens in their community. Every year they host a Rainbow Express where church groups from many different states come together to teach bible stories, memory verses, sing songs, eat snacks and play games at local apartments. Through this the main goal is to spread Christianity by telling people of all ages about Jesus. They also help provide needed materials to members of the community.
When I started school in the United States, an ambassador welcomed me and familiarized me with the school; therefore, I became a Marauder Ambassador to give back and serve the community that welcomed me when I came here. Furthermore, I became a Sunday school teacher to teach and inform aspiring children about the bible. I chose to be a role model for the little children, and, now, I choose to be a role model for the student in my
After emigrating, due to busy schedule of my parents, Worship on Sunday, became the only Worship in my life. I was born into a Christian family. Throughout the years, I’ve heard many sermons and attended various bible studies. Also, I received the privilege to enhance my knowledge at the seminary. Out of them all, the Gospel that I still remember profoundly to this
After about six months, our preacher asked me to teach our teen Sunday school class. I was scared to death, but I agreed. After the first Sunday, I realized that I loved it. I loved being able to share what knowledge I had. This was the beginning of my journey towards education.