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From a Student’s View

Trip Recap – TeenPact

By Lindsay K. 8th Grd.

8th grade went on a trip to Ohio’s Capital for TeenPact.  We learned about the government and got to meet friends.  Some of the things we did were the field experiences, where we learned about things like Bill Analysis, how the Judicial Branch works, and we interviewed Lobbyists.  The trip was on April 25 and lasted about 4 days.  We came back Thursday.  We also went so we could learn about leadership and how hard the people work.

I would rate it 8 out of 10.  I would say it was a whole lot better than I expected, I thought it would be super boring.  I would definitely recommend it to others, it was a fun experience.  I would go again if I could which I probably will.  I got to know my classmates on a deeper level.  I loved TeenPact!

My Take on #FaithInAction

by Anna Z. 7th Grd.

This year the students at Bowling Green Christian Academy have been focussing on putting our faith in action. Faith in Action to me means following God everywhere- all the time even when it’s hard. This year I have seen many students at Bowling Green Christian working to put their faith in action. For example my friend Macey Thomas worked to step out of her comfort zone and did devotions in front of the school in the morning before we began our day. I have also seen many people working to spread the gospel as Jesus called us to do in (Mark 16:15). The high schoolers have raised money to go on a mission trip to new york in these coming weeks. Many times it is hard to put our faith in action when we are around non believers, but God calls us to spread the good news to all. At Bowling Green Christian it is a lot easier to put our faith in action because we are surrounded by other christian believers trying to do the same, and we are all supporting each other through all our challenges. Through summer break it is important to continue to spread God’s word and continue to put our faith in action. The students should continue to support each other through are hard times, and challenge each other to put our faith in action each and every day.  

What is “Faith In Action”?

by Colton M. 6th Grd.

What does faith in action mean to you?

Faith in action to me means you to help people without a reward or to do above and beyond the regular social norm of society.

How have you seen others put their faith in action?
The Student Council is a great, shining example of putting faith into Action.  Examples of their actions include hearing complaints from students and still providing good environments for social events despite the constant complaining.  They also do not abuse their power and are very kind and thoughtful to others

When is the hardest to put your faith in action?
It is the hardest for me to put my faith into action as I continue to share the gospel with my father in hopes he will accept Christ.  He gets frustrated with me for how often I share with him about Jesus but I will continue anyway.

When is it less challenging?
It was not hard for me to put my faith in action when I serve the local population.  I enjoy going to senior centers to spend time with the elderly and make their last years on Earth memorable.  I enjoy giving my money away to complete strangers to bless them.  I really enjoy taking care of God’s creatures.

How would you challenge other to put their faith in action as we head to summer break?
I challenge you to put your faith in action by sharing the gospel with someone who does not know Jesus Christ in hopes of them joining God’s family.  It is a blessing to be with fellow brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ and to know Him through the truth of scripture, sermons, church and  through worship of Christ.

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