It’s Not Easy

It's Not Easy
It’s Not Easy
It’s not easy when you see someone you know or someone in your youth group not in church and wondering where they are. The days you go to church and hoping you will end you seeing them be there and sometimes their not there at all. When you do see them at church you go to them and ask how they are doing and also tell them that you miss seeing them be there. On Sunday at church, you end up having a good service and your youth is shouting or praying with others. And you are looking for that certain person that is there and they are. But you don’t see them shouting or praying you just see them sit there in their pew just watching everyone. They are not doing one thing but one thing they do see is you coming to them. And if you ask them can I pray for you and if they say yes you two began to pray. Once you are praying for them and you began to cry and also not knowing you began to hear him or her cry out to God. Then you have your youth pastor and the youth group come to you both and pray for that person you been praying for. When you all are there with him or her you would see them start crying and then hear them speak in tongue. When that starts to happen and you began to get excited seeing what God is doing. And he or she begins to jump up and down and you all start doing the same thing. Rejoicing on what God is doing for them coming back to church and forgiving what they have done in their lives. What am I trying to say is if you know you have someone in the church and they have stopped going to church. And they began to come back and if you see them sit there in their pew not doing one thing. I courage you and your youth and church to go to them. And talk to them let them know how much we miss seeing them and having them at church.


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Janae Stanford

Seeing My Future Back in my childhood I have seen my parents being a pastor and wife in the Brighton church. All my life I have been through so many things. One thing I have been asked, "what would I do in the ministry," from friends and my youth pastor and others ministers from other churches. They would tell me you should be a pastor's wife and I would tell them no I could not. Then they would ask me why and I will tell them why? and also I would ask my friends the same thing and they would tell me why too. One thing that caught my attention was seeing my youth pastor and the other youth pastor from other churches I have went to. All the time we would have church service, be at the church having fun, going to youth events. There are so many things to pick from in the church ministry. Like being a choir director, a pastor, youth pastor, and others you can do. But for one thing, I can see in my life is having a boyfriend and date a long time, then get engaged and get married. After getting married and have a wonderful family loving God and being raised in church and doing the same for their kids. For one thing, I know that God knows where my life will go and how my life will end up. From my parents and their parents from the kids and their kids. And when I see my husband and my own family have done the same that our parents done in their lives serving and loving and talking about His word. That is all I can see and say about my future and still thanking God for what He has done for us. Loving God is the best thing you have in your life and do to go pray for people and reach out to them. Bringing them to church to learn about God. That is who we are today, apostolic's tongue talking in Jesus name.