Life-Change From Journaling

Quest College Ministry Director Angela Maceda meets with students one-on-one on Christian discipleship, which entails teaching biblical principles, while modeling and guiding students toward living righteously as followers of Jesus Christ. Angela’s sessions with students are an intimate time of conversation and prayer. All of the conversations are intended to encourage students to develop an intimate relationship with God through Christ rather than just learning about Him. This is evident in Angela’s time spent with a senior at Rutgers University-Newark. The student shared that when she took Angela’s suggestion of two-way journaling as a means of connecting with God, it was a game-changer. “I decided to take a leap of faith and trust God, I was blown away! God really spoke to me, like whaaaaat! In the two-way journal, God was just speaking into my identity and affirming me me. not And to He worry. kept The telling really helping me distinguish between my voice and God’s voice. Thank you so much!”

This story is a perfect example of how the 4RStudents Movement and the College Ministry is bringing students into a deeper, fuller relationship with critical Christ stage at in their lives.

Angela Maceda

Angela Maceda

Quest College Director at Christ Church

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