Two days ago, all the youth at the Toronto congregation (myself included) were involved in a public discussion wherein Bro. Adrian and Sis. Jennifer would ask us questions pertaining to youth issues, and we would take turns responding. It was so much fun and we got to learn so much about each other and from each other.

Honestly, I consider it an honorable blessing to have so many wonderful and wise friends from whom I’m able to learn such valuable lessons in life. We love each other, we strengthen each other. And I wouldn’t give that up for the world.

Perhaps the best part was all the adults’ reactions when the discussion was over. So many people congratulated us and encouraged us to continue walking down this Christian road. Some even cried, lol.

I’m really happy the adults of the congregation got to know us better and I hope to see many more discussions.  PLEASE!!

With much love, Kim 🙂

  • Hi Sis. Kim,

    I’m really happy the congregation got to know you better as well. I’m very impressed with the young people in our congregation! I think the church should be a model of how young and old (and middle-aged) can interact positively with one another.

    When Jesus was just 12 years old, He was interacting with the adults in the congregation:

    Luke 2:46 And it came to pass, that after three days they found him in the temple, sitting in the midst of the doctors, both hearing them, and asking them questions.
    Luke 2:47 And all that heard him were astonished at his understanding and answers.

    Like the adults in Christ’s time, I’m sure lots of us adults were surprised by some of the profound thoughts we heard from our young people. Thanks for your post and stay strong!