Hi my name is Mika and I did not start out with the best relationship with God. I sometimes didn't want to stay for service I have been a Christian all my life I thought I love crist and I saw everyone else take the bread and I wanted to be a person to take the bread and drink the wine but we didn't use one. I got baptized when I was six a week before my birthday. I had enough room for Jesus to come in but it wasn't true . I started to slowly go away from God when my great grandpa died when I was young. I was quiet shy and I thought I bought it was all his fault . To realize someday we all are going to die. When I was eight or nine my great grandma died. Then when I was 10 it was my first softball game of the season the most support spoiling and loving person of all times you could ever meet was gone too. I say we won that game for her. On my 12th birthday somethings happen with our pastor at our church my pastor decided so it wouldn't get bad to just re-sign and it was a little weird for me. We didn't get a pastor for about another year. I went through some ups and downs with my walk in Christ I started putting things before him I will start praying that we would win games I wouldn't pray every day I wouldn't read my Bible every day I did not want to stay for service but after I went to super summer church camp that change my whole life. My life and walk with God had turned around. I was completely changed, I started to Love where ship, I started to want to go to church even if my brother mom and dad didn't want to go I would make them get up and go to church if I was sick I would listen to it on air on Facebook where ever I can get it. And I would write down stuff the one thing I remember from camp I am member a lot more than this but our speaker said "if you write it you remember it if you remember you live it." so every day that I go to service at church I write things down. God has made a huge difference in my life I think if I didn't have Jesus I wouldn't be where I am. And I'm only 12 so I have a long ways to go.
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