God Sightings: School Skills
Zach shares about how God has showed up in his studies.
1 min. read
November 28, 2016

By: Zach Chester

This past semester, it has been so cool to be part of the Redeemer experience. I had been away from school for the past 3 years and had a few concerns. I am thankful that the Lord has provided in ways I never even realized I needed Him to.  We need focus and creativity for school projects. We need critical thinking skills for essays and tests. On top of that, we are meeting loads of new people, so we need some social skills mixed in with all of the above.

Thankfully we can remember we are made in Christ. Colossians 3:15 says “Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace”. I encourage you to read this entire chapter and strive to live out the teaching as we enter into this busy home stretch of the semester.

For your reflection:

1) How has God helped you to do your school and office work here?

2) How might you thank Him for this?

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