I HATED BEING CALLED A CHURCH GIRL

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HAPPY EASTER/RESURRECTION SUNDAY EVERYONE! Thank God for allowing his ONLY son to die for our sins. Every year today means more and more to me.

I am the daughter of a Sunday school teacher so, church has ALWAYS been apart of me. I have been in church every since I was a baby. However, after I graduated high school I realized that I just went to church and my relationship with God wasn’t where it needed to be. During high school, I was trying to find myself like most high school students. Being the daughter of praying and faith based parents I knew right from wrong. I was comfortable and strong in who I was UNTIL….

High school was a intense experience for me. I would do and say things just to seem cool. Just to fit in with the in crowd. The term of “church girl” had started to be thrown at me and I didn’t like it. Whenever wine would come up it would be communion juice for me. Anytime R&B or Hip Hop would come it would be devils music or does your mama let you listen to that? I HATED the term “church girl”.

After I dropped out of college. Yes, I am a college dropout. Woah, I have never typed that before. Dropping out of college was a huge disappointment because I am the girl who has to have it all figured out and all in control. My goals for the longest time was to be a RN and then become a primary care physician with my own’s doctor office. After, dropping out of college I had a passion but, I felt lost. I felt driven but, I needed guidance. I needed GOD!

The moment I started consulting God in everything I do my life changed mentally, physically, and financially. With this came growth in my confidence in my relationship with God. I started showing my love for God with no regrets. The “church girl” term that I hated I actually started to embrace.

Sometimes it’s not the insults that get thrown at us that are really the problem, sometimes it’s the guilt we hold deep down inside that affects how we let things get to us. A church girl can be used to describe me but, who I am when it comes to God is much more.

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John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son. That whosever shall believe in him shall not perish but, have everlasting life.”

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Wig By: Christine Fields 

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