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2013 Confirmation Class
THE CROSS By Jacob Petit
For my confirmation project I made a cross. The cross represents my faith, God, and church. The cross reminds us that Jesus died on the cross for us. I plan on hanging my cross in my room to remind me that god is always around.
My faith journey started when I was young. I was baptized at Peace Church and I went to church services, Sunday school and now confirmation. I enjoy going to
Sunday school. I like my Sunday school teachers. I have learned a lot and know that I will continue to learn more. I like the youth activities, such as bowling, snow tubing and playing games, the lock in’s and eating pizza. I will be going on my first mission trip to Duluth in June. I think it will be a good experience and will be fun.
I like Peace Church, I like Pastor Kayla, and Pastor Paul. Everyone in my
confirmation class had a mentor assigned to them. My mentor was Dale Ely, We would meet once a month and go over lessons and worked on our stoles. He helped me a lot. Everyone is nice and friendly here at Peace and everyone is welcomed at our church. My faith journey will continue as I will continue to go to church.
Confirmation at the Lake by Katelin Bradt
We camp on Lake Francis in Elysian, MN, in the summer. One of God’s best creations, to me, is bodies of water. When you’re are swimming in them or boating on them with the sun shinning on you feel at peace with yourself. This lake makes me feel as if there is so much to life and you can easily learn with it in mind. When my family and I are sitting by the lake on a deck or around a campfire it’s almost as if I am in a church service. We talk about many different things so you learn something every time just as in church. The most important thing in my life is family. You learn from them and you can teach them. Many times in the summer we drive the two hours to just go up there to spend time with our family and friends. With four families staying up there it gets a little hectic and there is some tension but at the end we always love each other. There is my grandpa and grandma, one of my uncle and his three kids, my other uncle, his wife, and two kids, and my parents, me, and my two brothers. That means there are usually at least fifteen of us up there if not more. To me this is the most welcoming place, it’s a place to get a break from reality, and you can be who you really are. We don’t judge and we relax and just let what happens happen. We discuss our beliefs in God which is all different but we all respect each others options. We pray for each other everyday. This is my holy place, God’s gift to me and my family.