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To make sure this makes sense (at least a bit), I'm going to explain how my church works first.
So, Sundays, there is "Service" which is like where there's the like... top pastor(..?), and mostly people 18+ are there. He's like who we know as the pastor, but many people do similar work..That's also where we sing the christian songs and get the peaches from the pastor, etc.
Then there's the kids, 4-11 who have their own class where they learn bible stories and do projects. Then 12-17 (I think...) who has the "youth pastor". I've never gotten to know him because I was always with my parents in Service. Last year, I went to "youth group" here and there but, I hated it so, that was near when I said I was done going to church for a while. There's also Wednesday nights where they do youth group, some groups for adults that learn about specific things (idk what), and then the groups for kids. it turns out the youth group pastor has been asking about me since I left church. "Where's Bri?", and she told him I'm guessing so, he'd always ask that I come. Nuh-uh. My mom never told me he asked, I just thought she wanted me to go. Well, recently, my mom has told me he wants me to come to Wednesday nights. Last Sunday, my dad said he'd take me to the movies and get me a coloring book I'd been wanting. Which I ended up getting two but, anyways... This was because Josh, the youth pastor, wanted to talk to me. He did and he basically told me about that and how I've been on his list for a while and he was practically begging I come to Wednesday night. I will. My mom wants me to try a couple times at least. Hopefully he'll pay extra attention to me since I'll probably be awkward and wanting to leave. I won't be trusting anyone. Maybe him a bit because, I kinda have to but, yeah. That'll be fun...
I'll update this later on how it goes. Wish me luck. And sorry I explained so bad, I'm in a hurry to get to bed, tbh x3
"Some days life is all about your dreams, hopes and visions for the future. But there are some days where life is just about putting one foot in front of the other. And that's okay."