“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.”
– 1 Thessalonians 5:11
The California School Project (CSP) has one goal: to help mentor and encourage high school students to share the good news of Jesus Christ with their peers. Although there are multiple ways to share the love of Jesus Christ, the most successful way is often through hosting rallies, which is an event put together by the school’s Christian Club.
Joseph, Lauren, Laura, and I had the tremendous pleasure yesterday to assist Leland High School with their January rally titled, “Rise and Shine”, which reminded the students that it is never too late to wholeheartedly search for a relationship God. Although the rally was directed mainly towards students who were believers of the Christian faith, all students were welcome to attend. Dan, a local pastor, shared with the students that they do not have to be perfect in order to be loved by God.
After interviewing Sam, a club member, he said the best part about putting together outreach weeks was witnessing God work throughout the semester and bring many students to the Christian Club’s gatherings. Sam and I, along with other club members understand that God isn’t done working in our lives. The rally yesterday was only the beginning of sharing God’s love with those surrounding us.