It's gunna be May

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

We had a social distance worship night in a Walmart parking after our last focus (following CDC guidelines). This is pretty much the only picture I have from May since we've been doing everything online. This is my roommates Emily and Meg. They love God fiercely and I was so moved to see Emily knelt at the feet of Jesus, praising God amongst the craziness of life. 

You know how they say, time fly's when you're having fun? what about time fly's when you're having fun, laughing, crying, and seeing God work? The apprenticeship is wrapping up and in some ways I feel like we just started and that it's been 3 years. God has really worked these past ten months. I feel like he continues to show me a life I never knew I could have.

Starting the apprenticeship, I let my negative emotions rule my life, I didn't think about how my negativity could affect the people around me, I let my lack of discipline rule my life.  I didn't know how to talk about it I felt stuck in these cycles and couldn't get out. I remember praying before the apprenticeship, that God would somehow pull these things in to the light and that I wouldn't be able to hide in them anymore. And he did. Throughout the apprenticeship, God was pushing and reshaping me, and I'm not going to lie, it felt painful. It still feels painful. But I've seen this freedom and I want it. I want the fullness of God. I want God to be able to use me and transform me. I want God to use me to share the gospel with his children. I want to be free from the bondage of sin and live in the freedom of God.

I want God to do these same things for the students at UTD. I want the girls I'm ministering to to experience this freedom. I want them to know the power of the gospel. I can see a life for them. I believe that God has given me a vision for them and I want to see God move in their lives.

This is the best job. I never thought i'd stay in full time ministry but God has a way of surprising us. This work is so meaningful to me. I believe in it. I get to watch God transform college students. I get to watch students exchange lies for truth. I get to watch students lean into the gospel and let God wreck the chains Satan has put on them.
You get to do this too.
I will never have the words to describe how thankful I am for your support. This support you give me is such a gift. You have a hand in these students life. You are apart of this vision God has.

Thank you for everything.

Prayer Request:
As I move onto full staff, I am fundraising support for this next year. This is something I have found myself being anxious about. There is something so vulnerable and humbling to come to people and ask them for money. I have to remind myself I'm not doing this for me but for God. I want to be the girl living in his freedom, not the girl who believe lies. Please pray that I would continue to remember who God says he is.
Please pray for the girls I have spent all school year with. Like so many people, being stuck at home has been hard for their emotional health. Please pray Rebecca, Carolina, Bailey, Anna, Elli, Isabelle, Jessica, and Kiree continue to pursue God during this time. Please pray that they will live in the light of his truth and continue to build relationships with each other.
Please pray for FOCUS and that this summer God will give us guidance on how to "re-enter" being on campus well.
Please pray for churches and for people ho are struggling worshiping God being at home and not in community.
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In All Things, he is Still Good.

Monday, April 6, 2020


"I thank my God every time I remember you.  In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now,  being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus." - Philippians 1:3-6

I feel so blessed. The month of March was crazy, in such a good way. God has been too good to me. I fell like the end of February to the middle of March, God was pruning me. If you know me, you know that I love plants. With plants you have to water it the right amount, not too little not too much, feed it, and prune it. If you don't do these things well, certain parts of the plant will get infected, which then, leads the whole plant to die. 
I feel like God was doing that in me. Taking those selfish desires of the flesh that separated me from God. Isn't it crazy that the God of the universe, the one who created the cosmos, wants to know us and have a real intimate relationship with us? Praise God! 

Before the craziness of COVID-19, I had the sweetest opportunity the go on a girl's trip with my Peer Team. Peer Team is where two sets of small group leaders (corefa's- CORE FAcillitaors) and a Core staff member. We meet weekly and I have been so blessed with the time I've had with them. They have become such sweet friends! we went to the beach (which is my absolute happy place!) and had such a restful trip. 


Siena (my cofa), Kylie (my roomie), and Emily (my future roomie) and I begged Mandy to take us to my fav coffee shop in Orange Beach. Mandy, my supervisor, is so thoughtful. Time and time again I've watched her go above and beyond to do the things other people like because she knows it's important to them. She is so kind and I'm thankful to have a woman of God like her in my life. 

While we were gone, things started to get worse with COVID, so our church started live streaming and we got to watch church in the grocery store parking lot while Siena and Mandy grabbed a few things. It was so sweet to me to watch my church family worship together and join in from states away.


I could look at this view forever for the rest of my life. God"s creation is so good!

COVID-19
Like everyone else, things happened quickly. With social distancing to shelter in place, doing life as "normal" looks pretty different now. We moved everything online and moved pretty fast. I'm thankful l work with such creative, smart, and diligent people. Isn't it something to see God's people step us and serve people in such a time like this? I pray that this is a season where we get to really slow down and dive into deep intimacy with God. 
Our first leader meeting on Zoom!

Worship from our first ever live stream! peep my plants and decor (my big role for our fellowship nights is to moderate our chat and to decorate our garage stage). 

My time with the girls I'm ministering to has been so sweet! All the things that have been competing with their time have now diapered, they are way more engaging. I'm getting so much time with them.  
I've watched how my girls have pushed themselves to really know God. Rebecca, one of the girls in my small group who I've gotten to meet with this year, has been pushing herself so much this semester. I've been challenging her on being bold. We've had some hard conversations the last few weeks on what it looks like to be fully known by people, to dive into God's grace, and believe that she is overwhelmingly loved by God. I am so proud of her and how she has taken every challenge I've given her and has really asked God to transform her by the renewing of her mind. God is working, don't forget that! 
Please let me know how I can be praying for you at this time. If you need anyone to run errands for you, or anything, please let me know! 
Love y'all! 


  • For the freshmen who have been forced to move home. 
  • For the students who are alone on campus 
  • For our students who are going home to hard situations
  • For our ministry and moving things to an online platform
  • For our foj studies
  • For our local, state, and federal governments: God, help our elected officials as they allocate the needs in necessary resources for combatting this pandemic. Help them to provide more tests
  • For our scientific community, leading the charge to understand the disease and communicate its gravity: God, give them knowledge, wisdom, and a persuasive voice.
  • For Christian missionaries throughout the world, especially in areas with high rates of infection: God, provide them with words of hope, and equip them to love and serve those around them.
  •  For workers in a variety of industries facing layoffs and financial hardship: God, keep them from panic, and inspire your church to generously support them.
  •  For families with young children at home for the foreseeable future: God, help mothers and fathers to partner together creatively for the care and flourishing of their children. For single mothers and fathers, grow their networks of support.
  •  For parents who cannot stay home from work but must find care for their children: God, presents them with creative solutions.
  • For those in need of regular therapies and treatments that must now be postponed: God, help them to stay patient and positive.

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Love is in the air... the love of Jesus

Sunday, March 15, 2020


To be completely honest, this semester has been way harder than last. I heard a lot before I did the apprenticeship that it was going to be one of my hardest years, that I’d be grown and stretched out of my comfort zone, and boy were they right. I’ve been in a bit of strange funk and thankfully being pushed to look more like Jesus everyday. I’m really trying to surrender those self doubting thoughts to God and let him create a new creation in me. “Some trust in horses, others in chariots, but I trust in the name of my God” Psalm 20:7 (that was my memory verse last week so I hope I did it justice). I’ve been really trying to write the word of God in my heart. I want to be a disciple that leans into God and less on my own understanding. While this month has been hard, it has been a huge blessing. I’m thankful that we serve a God who wants us to know him. This week I’ve been praying over that Philippians 3:10 verse, I want to know Christ yes to know the power of his resurrection, the participation of suffering becoming like him and his death. I want to know God in it all. 


We did a joint core for Valentine’s Day and it was so sweet! A few girls in my core don’t get to go to a lot of large group events so it was so exciting for them to get to meet some of the other girls in the ministry. Something that’s been on my heart this semester is facilitating more of the relational aspect among our girls. They have friends and do life together but so much steals their attention and there are so many girls to get to know. I’ve tried to have bi-weekly girl hangs and empower out girls to do facilitate on their own too!


ERIN GOT MARRIED!!! It was the best day with the sweetest people. God has been so good to them and to our friend group. I got to spend the whole weekend with some of my favorite and closest friends. Erin has walked with me in a lot of hard seasons and is one of my favorite people. She’s easy to love and it was an honor to celebrate her.

My gal pal and fellow apprentice Jacy gave her first sermon at Collin and it was a treat to cheer her on!

This’s is one of our student leaders, Abby, who gave our giving talk the other week. Our student leaders are amazing and they serve our body so well. I’m so proud of them and so thankful for all of their hard work. 

for one of our after events, I planned a speed dating friendship style event. Students had 8-12 minutes to ask a question and they had to do it with someone they didn’t know every round.


S P R I N G    S H O W C A S E
Showcase is a big fundraiser night we put on to hello seems our students to a leadership conference up in Washington. It’s such a neat night filled with music, acting, and an awesome art show. I had the honor of donating some digital art this year! Two girls from my core have been invited to this conference (SICM). I get to study the Bible with one of those girls and God is doing really cool things in her life. My challenge for her this semester is to be more bold. She loves God and his people. I’ve been reminding her that God doesn’t give a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and sound mind. She has really taken this challenge and has been bold in her relationships, in our small group, and in our one on one time. She has opened up and has been practicing praying out loud and confession. I’m so proud of both of our girls and I’m so excited to see how God uses them. 
THE one and only concession team. 
 The awesome show!

Garvin is one of my buds from college, it’s always crazy to me that we’re now coming to these events as adults and not students. Josh ( to the right) and I are friends because of Garvin. Garvin kept telling me about this dude Josh and now we’re doing the apprenticeship together and have become good friends.


Thank you so much for all that you do!
Please be praying for our fundraising to send our future student leaders to SICM (the Leadership conference in Washington).
Please pray for the girls side of the ministry and that we would grow deeper in friendship and really give to live life our worth as many girls as possible.
Please pray for their spring break and that our students will be safe.
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All I want for Christmas is YOU!!

Monday, January 13, 2020

The end of the Semester came fast and furious. It's crazy to me that we are halfway done with the school year, I feel like I just got here. The month of December was quick but jammed packed.

The semester ended pretty quickly in December. Most of our students live far away or out of state so after the finished their finals, many of them went home. Before Finals week we had our big Outreach Christmas party. It was seriously so much fun that I forgot to take pictures. FOCUS teamed up with the Newman Catholic Ministry to put on this outreach event. It was so sweet to get to partner with another Christian group on campus and make Jesus known. We got funds for the school and got a good chunk of our food donated! We had such a huge turnout. We had Christmas karaoke, which was a huge hit and if you know me, you know I was in the front row singing along to every song. It was the perfect way to end our semester with our students.

Erin and I met some international girls from Taiwan as we were leaving and invited them to go to In and Out with us and a some other people. They thanked Erin and I profusely and shared that they were about to go back home and it was their dream to make American friends. It's so easy to forget that a simple invite or just stopping and talking to someone could be life-changing. It makes me so sad that they could have gone a whole semester before an American reached out to just say hi to them. I felt very challenged to go into this next semester being more aware of just talking to people while walking around on campus. It's easy to just have ministry moments chalked up to specific tasks and miss some sweet spirit lead moments.

During our student's final exam week, we had the apprentice sermons. Each apprentice gave a 20-minute sermon and received around 30 minutes of feedback time. It was such an incredible experience. Our topic was "This is my Gospel" we got to share how the gospel has changed our view on ourselves, God, and ministry. I talked about how the gospel gives me freedom, God is incredibly loving, and how the gospel charges us to advocate for others. I'm so thankful for the experience of giving my first sermon among a bunch of ministers who only want to see me succeed. I was so incredibly blessed to not only gove a sermon but to listen to my fellow apprentices share how the gospel has radically transformed their lives. And if that isn't good news, what is?

We got some time off for the Christmas break and it was so refreshing. I got o spend my birthday with some of my favorite people, hang out with friends I haven't seen in a while, and celebrate Christmas with my family. I'm ready to be back and to see our students! I miss them so much!

Winter camp is right aorund the corner, this is a winter retreat that we take our studnets to. This retreat is life changing and was actually the first FOCUS event I attended. Someone invited me and my life was forever changed.

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"Samantha??" - Olaf

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

I'll start this blog by confessing that I have seen Frozen 2 three times now. Okay now that we've gotten that out of the way I can share with you what God has been up tp at UTD! I'm seeing a reoccurring theme, the months seem to come and go in a blink of an eye and it's overwhelming to see what God is doing.

At the beginning of the month, we had our pizza theology. Pizza theology is a really neat event we put on for our students. FOCUS noticed a need to help our students exchange the scriptures on a biblical level. They were advancing in their academic career but still held an elementary level when it came to reading the bible. We do 2 hours of theology, an hour of a pizza dinner (classic CiCi's), and then another 2 hours of theology. This pizza theology Mary Poplin, who had the chance to work with Mother Teresa at Calcutta, discussed what it looks like to engage secular culture as a disciple. it was such an honor to get to hear from her. I was pretty challenged to think through what my relationship with money and possessions when it comes to serving the kingdom of God. I think I have this picture that I need to sell everything and live in my car to truly be a radical disciple. Ms. Poppin really encouraged me to just being where I am and what I didn’t have to do that to be a disciple.


Before Thanksgiving, we did a worship night and I snapped a few pictures of a worship activity where students picked a picture and wrote down what salvation delivered them.


This was one of my favorite responses.
God is so powerful! 

This is my sweet friend Siena and my co-leader (co-fa), Siena. Bailey has been coming to our small group since the third week of school. It’s been so neat watching her take her faith into her own hands. She recently got a new bible and has been so proud to carry it around and read out of it. During core, we announced winter camp and she quickly asked if she could sign up immediately. She said that if she did then she would be held accountable to go. I’m crazy excited for her to come and I’m super expectant if what God is going to do at camp through her. Please be praying that she is open to what God is doing and that she would be open to studying the Bible more. I can see her being a great leader when she decides to surrender to Jesus.



Elli, Siena, and Bailey!

This is my co-fa Siena. She is so awesome. I’m incredibly proud of her. She really loves people well and is willing to sacrifice the things the world tells us are important for the kingdom. She is so smart and I am honored that I get to co-lead with her. I hope to be as kind as her when I grow up. 

These are some sweet friends that I met while I was in focus. Now we’re growing up and people are getting married. It’s sweet that even though we’re done with college, we are still friends and getting to do exciting life events together. The first picture was taken in 2016 and all of Erin’s bridesmaids (besides 2) just so happened to be pictured here. We got to go help Erin find a dress. After finding her dress we took some time to pray over her which lead her stylist to tears. She told us she was encouraged by our friendship and wasn’t used to seeing people interact in that way. I so often forget how blessed I am to have friends who really love Jesus and love people well. God used FOCUS to teach us how to do life together and how to live freely in the community. I think that’s one of the things I’m most thankful for this thanksgiving. 




This is my sweet friend Sarah Beth, we’ve been friends since high school. I really love her a lot and her mom is about to be taken off life support tomorrow. Please pray for comfort for her and her family. They love Jesus and trust in God’s plan but it’s hard to lose a loved one.


-Please pray for my core. Pray that we would become true friends. That our group would love fiercely, speak truthfully, and carry each other's burdens. It has been such a blessing getting to love up on these girls and I have loved leading them. 
- Please pray specifically that fear of imperfection and grades will not riddle the girls in my core and at the greater FOCUS student body. I have seen satan had such a hold on the students in playing at their need to succeed and feel valued through their school work.
- Please pray for the apprentice group, that we would honor God with the things that we are learning and that we are faithful to what God has given to us.
- Please pray that the staff as a whole will see the needs of students and that we pursue them the way Jesus pursues them. 

XOXO PREACHER GIRL


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Spooky Szn

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

October came and went in a blur, a spooky blur. It was crazy and jammed packed!
The girls I'm studying the Bible with are so incredibly sweet. They are eager to learn about God and ask really good questions. I find it incredibly encouraging to know these sweet freshmen girls and knowing their heart for God. One of them, Rebecca, is a girl in my core and she can really set the tone for the group. I am so thankful that God put her in my life and in my core.  I know I can always count on her to engage and to share in core. She never misses and comes to everything she can. I am so proud of her!
This month was filled with so much joy! I've been reflecting a lot on how God has transformed people I know through FOCUS. At the beginning of this month, my best friend Erin got engaged. I met Erin at SICM (a week-long student ministry training intensive). We instantly became friends and spent every day together that summer. If we weren't working, she was at my house. We ended up living together and the rest is history! Erin didn't have much of a faith background and has been dating Jason since she was in high school. Watching them grow to know Jesus in their relationship and in their own life has been one of the sweetest stories I've gotten to witness. God has transformed their lives and I think he is so proud of them. I can't wait to get to walk alongside them on their wedding day and every day after that!
Jason and Erin got a surprise 3rd wheel at the end of this trip!
CAMPY FINALLY GOT A RING!!

At the end of the month, I had the honor of being in my friend Kelsey's wedding. I met Kelsey my last year at Collin. She had been through so much and was so hurt. My heart hurt for her. I used to pray that God would help her to see his goodness and that she would come to know love and community. Kelsey surpassed my expectation of her. It's crazy how much God can transform someone when they are on his agenda. Through FOCUS, she was given a community, love, and friends. She met her now-husband in FOCUS. Her story is a complete God deal to me. We are nothing without him. She was such a beautiful bride and I am so proud of her.
2016 Kelsey and Ash
This is a small snippet from Kelsey's wedding! I love these 3 girls a lot! 
Of course, it would be a shame to left this wild story go to waste. Two days before Kelsey's wedding, I had to go to the ER. I had a cartilage piercing gone wrong that ruined my cartilage. Our sweet FOCUS admin and friend Hannah came and waited with me until my sweet mom could get there. I am all well and now it is a funny story!

At the end of the month, we had a Halloween outreach party that was canceled due to the weather. Our student leaders were so disappointed that two of them stepped up and planned a Halloween party at our church. They did such a great job! I was so proud of how they wanted to spend that time together and have a fun/ safe environment for their core's. They are such great students. I loved getting to work with them!
I meet every week with these girls and a core staff member. (from left to right: Emily, Sienna, me, and Kylie).
They have become such sweet friends!




-Please pray for my core. Pray that we would become true friends. That our group would love fiercely, speak truthfully, and carry each other's burdens. It has been such a blessing getting to love up on these girls and I have loved leading them. 
- Please pray specifically that fear of imperfection and grades will not riddle the girls in my core and at the greater FOCUS student body. I have seen satan had such a hold on the students in playing at their need to succeed and feel valued through their school work.
- Please pray for the apprentice group, that we would honor God with the things that we are learning and that we are faithful to what God has given to us.
- Please pray that the staff as a whole will see the needs of students and that we pursue them the way Jesus pursues them. 

XOXO PREACHER GIRL
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Ba De Ya - Dancing in September

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

How is September already over? Sometimes I feel like I have years left of the apprenticeship but also only 5 more days of the apprenticeship. September was so full. All of our classes fully picked up, we had fall camp, and core is in full swing! It feel likes so much of September was spent trying to build relationships with students.


This is my friend Zoë and Taylor. A bunch of UTD FOCUS guys signed up to play on an itermural team. We would go and cheer them on!  Zoë is a student leader that I've known since she was a teen. It's so neat getting to watch her do campus ministry and think through what it looks like to know Jesus, love people, and serve well. 
The UTD girl Apprentices had an impromptu girls night after Monday night leader meeting. It's been so strange to work with friends but not to spend much time with them so we needed a girls night! It felt like we were back in college going to Wendy's at 10pm and getting out of a movie at 12:30am on a Tuesday morning. We got to catch up, encourage each other, and just laugh. 


F A L L  C AM P
Fall Camp is a 24 hour retreat weekend at Mount Lebanon Camp. The whole point of camp is to create time for core to build relationships and cast a vision for the school year. We get to spend a good chunk of time with our small group so there's a big hope that all of your core will come. Half of my core came and it was so great! We laughed, worshiped, and did crafts together. I was in charge of crafts and the people LOVED the bracelets! Also can you believe the handsome squidward?
 


On the left is a picture of my supervisor and the other small group leaders I meet with weekly to talk about life and ministry. The middle and right picture is my core! Siena and I love getting to spend time with our small group. These girls are the sweetest and I am excited to see our friendship grow.

After reading through the minor prophets in our Old Testament class, we were assigned to write a modern day prophesy to an audience of our choosing and share what we felt like God wanted them to hear. I wrote mine to the teen ministry I worked with last year. This was an incredibly emotional assignment for me. I felt like I got to feel a small fraction of how God cares for them. I wanted to share my assignment with you

 
This is Jackson, he was in CTF and is in his first semester of college. Ky and I love him a lot.



-Please pray for my core. Pray that we would become true friends. That our group would love fiercely, speak truthfully, and carry each others burdens. It has been such a blessing getting to love up on these girls and I have loved leading them. 
- Please pray specifically that fear of imperfection and grades will not riddle the girls in my core and at the greater FOCUS student body. I have seen satan had such a hold on the students in playing at their need to succeed and feel valued through their school work.
- Please pray for the apprentice group, that we would honor God with the things that we are learning and that we are faithful to what God has given to us.
- Please pray that the staff as a whole will see the needs of students and that we pursue them the way Jesus pursues them. 





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All the Weeks of Welcome

Friday, September 20, 2019

WOW! The first month is over. It is so crazy to me that I have already completed a full month of the apprenticeship. It has been so sweet and fun! If I can be honest, I wasn't sure about being at UTD. When I was in High School and when people were choosing colleges, UTD was just a step up from Collin. It didn't have much student life. Of course it's so silly that I didn't think it would be different because Collin wasn't what I expected. Like Collin, UTD has been such a blessing. I've loved being there. The students are so great! Our student leaders are incredible, we really wouldn't be able to run as a ministry without them. I am so proud of them and all of their hard work!

I told Erin she should hop in the dance circle at the Big Howdy
event and then everyone started doing the dance she was doing. 
This is Kylie rolling down the hill in the giant bubble soccer 

Outside of the two weeks UTD plans for Welcome Week (or Weeks of Welcome at UTD), FOCUS has events the first week while students are moving in. We played many a board games and met TONS of Freshmen! I'm telling y'all, God has worked something in me because I used to HATE board games but since working with FOCUS, they've grown on me. My favorite event we had was Big Howdy, it's an event that all of the campus ministries put on for the international students. It felt like I talked to at least 2,391 international students that night (that is defiantly an exaggeration but we probably had 1,200 people at that event).
We also held a field night where we played a bunch of games kids typically play in PE or Recess. We had bubble soccer which was such a blast. It was more of a hit to get in them and run into people than to actually play soccer. Before the students got there, some of the apprentices got in them and rolled down the hill. All of the no sleep was so worth it by all of the incredible relationships we were able to make/ help facilitate amongst the students.


 During Labor Day weekend, we had a day at the lake in place of staff meeting. It was so nice to just get to spend time with my coworkers. Rhett, Brandon, Peter, and Kylie did all sorts of tricks on the tubs while I on the other hand held on for dear life.

Friday Night Focus, our large group meeting, has been such a blessing. One of my favorite things to do at FNF (Friday Night Fellowship) is just watching people interact. There's just something about watching deep friendships form right in front of your eyes that just gets me every time. FOCUS really does a good job of fostering relationships and building community. I also think about when I was a freshman/ Sophomore and how I had discovered Jesus in a really real way for the first time, I am so eager to watch that happen for the student's I've met. After every FOCUS, we have after events where we go and hang out with students. This is such a great way for us to build friendships.


Hanna and Kylie are also apprentices. We had an after event at Torchy's
which thankfully is right near campus so we get to eat there all the time:) 
This is Siena, we lead small group together.
She is so fun and kind. I've really enjoyed
becoming her friend. 


This picture came up on my memories during welcome week. This is from 2016 when my best friend/ first FOCUS friend was baptized before we had started our first year of being student leaders. 





- please pray for my core (small group) girls. That they would develop deep and lasting relationships with each other. Core can be an incredible place to be vulnerable and to be loved up on. 
- A lot of students at UTD have pretty difficult majors and a lot of pressure to only focus on school. While I want students to be good stewards of their school work, I also believe that doesn't mean they can check out on community and building a relationship with God. Please pray that they will no longer find their value is their grades/ accomplishments but in Jesus. 
- We have Fall Camp coming up. This is a 24 hour retreat for our students to get some away time, build community, and spend time with Jesus. Please pray that this retreat would be fruitful and fun for our students.
- I live with 7 sweet ladies who have very different schedules. Please pray that we will be able to build friendship and that our house would a place filled with the spirit where people can come and feel loved. 
- Please pray for my fundraising. I am still in the same spot. If you know anyone who might be interested in supporting me, please let me know.

Thank you! Please let me know how I can be praying for you.

XOXO PREACHER GRL

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