There is the program for my church called Personal Progress. All of the Young Women do it, and anyway, there are value experiences, and then there's a value project for each value: Faith, Divine Nature, Individual Worth, Knowledge, Choice and Accountability, Good Works, Integrity, and Virtue. This is part of a value project that I did for Faith.
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This is a dream I had.
A very visual and realistic dream. The first dream I've ever had where my first impulse was to put pen to paper and write something about it.
I'm not a writer. I'm barely a reader. But I'd still appreciate a bit of feedback on this. Whatever your thoughts please share, this is something I need to share but there is no one close enough in my life I'm willing to share with non-anonymously.
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My name is Michael Weierman, I’m 36 years old, a student at JJC, and a member of JJC Intervarsity. In May of 2016 I went up north to Michigan with five of my friends at Cedar Campus for an Intervarsity Chapter Focus Week. We’ve studied scripter, and also did a little talk about evangelization. In June of 2016 I’ve took a Creative Writing Class and composed a Christian story inspired by my time in Michigan. My story is about a horribly bad criminal. When I say “bad” I don’t mean an evil person. He’s a thug who can’t get away with any crime, who tries to pull off an impossible heist with five people who he invites, one of them is his old friend from childhood who became a Christian Minister, as a coincidence his Christian Minister friend ends up changing the lives of the four other people he recruited. All of whom didn’t want any part in his heist. We learn that they all come from flowed backgrounds and they all have real life problems. The story is called Cedar Wood.