Tuesday, May 27, 2008

4 All Teenz

Last night I was lying in bed and God began to talk to me about something, -Teenagers-.
I think that when teens start doing bad things, people often let it pass by, saying…” It’s just a stage they’re going through, give them a few years and they’ll outgrow It.” but as I have heard before “The bad you so during your teenage age isn’t a stage, it is just sin!” and you look at so many parents and adults that will just let it go as a stage, well the reality of it is, much to often teenagers don’t even live through that stage.
And most if the teens that do live are scarred for life.
I recently started praying for every school that I pass on the road, and we pass one particular school, quite often, and I began to look at that schools reputation…not a very good one! But I do know that there are some Christians in that school and I found myself wondering… what if every Christian teen in that school took the time to tell, just one, just one person in that school about Jesus Christ, and half of the people that were told, prayed to receive Christ, Do you know what kind of a difference that would make??
It could completely change the schools reputation!! Teenagers have the potential to change the world, but too often they decide not to because of the low expectations of the world. What if we started living up to GODS expectations….NOT THE WORLDS!!!
I think it’s time that out generation, starts thinking more about what God thinks…NOT the world, not our friends…but God.

Think about it, when our days on earth on over, we are going to stand before a HOLY, JUST, and PURE GOD.
Not our friends, not our teachers…but God.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Hey there=)

Last night there was a teacher appreciation thing for Good News Club Teachers.

Our family went,

it was good, and I was glad to see some of the teaching teams that I havn't seen for a while, me and this teenage girl Ellie get along good, and I was glad she was there!!

there was a gym in the school we went to so when the teacher appreciation was over we played Volley ball and a little basket ball, it was fun,

well thats all for now,


Friday, May 16, 2008

"Brianna's Kitchen"

Hey, this is a picture of me and one of my orders for my business "Brianna's Kitchen" it is the first time I have had an order to bake for a Birthday Party!!
well I just thought i would write something... Enjoy!


Thursday, May 15, 2008


At Youth Group we are doing a serries on "The Average Christian Teen" and I am learning a lot through it, and I was thinking about this saying that maria (one of the youth leaders) said she had heard...I don't remember it word for word, but it was something like...

-The bad you do during your teenage "age" isn't a stage, it's SIN!!-

and I was thinking, when teens (myself included) are tempteded to do wrong, so many times, we look at it as..."Oh, everyone my age does it" or something like that, but in reality it is just sin!!

and I think teens really need to start thinking that just beacause you are a teen, doesn't give you the right to be rude or rebelious because it's just sin!!!


this is a link to an encouraging sight...check it out http://www.therebelution.com/

this is a clip of the sight that I coppied and pasted....

The Rebelution's Do Hard Things Tour is coming to seven major cities across the United States in 2008. Each conference is a challenging one-day event for teens by teens who believe that our generation is ready for a change. Ready for something that doesn't promise a whole new life if you'll just buy the right pair of jeans or use the right brand of deodorant.We believe that our generation is ready to rethink what teens are capable of doing and becoming. And we've noticed that once wrong ideas are debunked and cleared away, our generation is quick to choose a better way, even if it's also more difficult.The Do Hard Things Tour invites you to explore some radical questions:-


Is it possible that even though teens today have more freedom than any other generation in history, we're actually missing out on some of the best years of our lives?
Is it possible that what our culture says about the purpose and potential of the teen years is a lie, and that we are its victims?
Is it possible that our teen years give us a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for huge accomplishments -- as individuals and as a generation?
And finally, what would our lives look like if we set out on a different path entirely -- a path that required more effort but promised a lot more reward?

We describe that alternative path with three simple words: Do Hard Things

Tuesday, May 13, 2008


Not a whole lot going on, but I am good, I am watching my cousins, and Friday I am babysitting for a family down the road.
I am excited about our "Youth Group Open Gym Night" that is always fun and there are usually new people to meet!!!!!!!!..(that's my favorite hobby... MEETING PEOPLE!!!!!!)
I am going to go make lunch with my FANTABULOUS cousin Riley!!


Sunday, May 11, 2008


I just wanted to write...(type) about the most encouraging thing to me
MUSIC!! I have been really encouraged by music this past week, and I am so glad to have good christian music in the house and the computer, I have been really encouraged by a few specific songs, "Live My Life For You" "Pray" and""WHen I Get To Heaven" (those by PureNRG) and
"Come Unto Me" by Nicole C Mullen.
THey all have GREAT, FANTABULOUS (as maddy + Gracie would say) meanings!
well just thought I would share that!!

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Club 3:16

Last night we had "Club 3:16" that is what they call it at the Salvation Army Good News Club.

We always have a good time, this past time, I had the opportunity to meet a teenage boy who was deaf, his name is David, (or DJ) I know Sign Language, so we signed to each other, and I had the opportunity to lead him to Christ, it is good practice for me, because I want to be a teacher at the "Jamaica Christian School For The Deaf "
I would encourage anyone to learn sign language...ya never know when you might need it!


Colossians 3:23-24
work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord and not for people.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

*Friends Are What Make The World Go Round*

Yesterday, we went to our friends house, I had so much fun with Maddy (is the older one with darker hair) Grace(lighter brown hair, second oldest) and Sophie (younger one with dark hair)
Maddy and me made a CD she helped record me singing songs and It will be out soon!
I am so excited I have looked forward to this CD called "Bri Rachelle"
they are AWSOME friends and I am so glad they are mine!!
* Bri Rachelle*
proverbs 17:17a
A friend lovea at all times...