about me

Nicaragua 2013 878I believe in the One true God, and I know that He is good. He’s faithful when I’m not and he embraces me when I need it. He’s my God, and I would have no other.

I’m Christianna, His little girl.

I’m an aspiring poet and I like to dream. I fail, I learn, I grow, and I write.

Nicaragua 2013 1314I’m a Pastor’s Kid (or PK) and a new public school student. Until this school year (my junior year) I was homeschooled by parents, principally my mom.

I have been to three countries, including Nicaragua, Peru and El Salvador. My dream is to live in South America someday, using Spanish to communicate with those around me. Therefore, I am anxious to travel, far and wide. I believe I’ll find a little village somewhere along the way, and I’ll call it home.

I plan on making a difference in this world, but not through myself. Only God can really change anything, and so it is by His power I will live my life–or rather, His.

And so, dear brothers and sisters, I plead with you to give your bodies to God because of all he has done for you. Let them be a living and holy sacrifice–the kind he will find acceptable. This is truly the way to worship him. Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.

Romans 12:1&2

 

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6 thoughts on “about me

  1. As you can tell from my many comments on your blog, I really like it! Its nice to see a young person so enthusiastic about Christ. I am currently working on my relationship with God and although it can be a struggle, I know he’s the only way to true happiness.

    1. I know what you mean! I hope and pray for a lot of my friends, that they will take Him seriously. Also that they will have strength, because it is a struggle and is really difficult sometimes! I will add you to my mental list!!:D

  2. Hey there! We have similar stories! I grew up as a PK and was homeschooled. Ever since I was a little kid I knew I wanted to be a missionary, but after graduating high school I didn’t know what to do next. Have you ever heard of New Tribes Bible Institute? Their website is http://www.ntbi.org and it’s the first stage of missionary training with New Tribes Mission. While I was deciding if I should pursue a degree or move overseas by myself, studying the Word of God was the best thing ever! And the best thing was the missions emphasis at the school! Totally recommend it. Thanks for liking our page… encouraged by yours!

    1. Yes, I follow them on twitter now! I know a few people who have missionary training places, so I’m not sure where I will go. First, I plan to get a mursing degree, though. But, I will check out that website!

      Thank you so much for checking out my blog! It means a lot. (: I plan on following you now!

      1. That’s awesome! A lot of our classmates were nurses or went to nursing school after Bible school (the NTBI is very affordable, so no debt). Nursing is a lot of hard work, but definitely needed on the field! Excited to follow you and see how God works in your life!

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