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About Flower_GirL

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  • Birthday 09/28/1994

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  • Biography
    Hi, I'm Lily, & I am probably one of the most random people you will ever meet. I would not call myself shy, but I do like to spend time reflecting on what God is doing in my life, and sometimes I like solitude. Other than that, I am a very social person, and I love meeting new people and making new friends! If you ever feel alone, feel free to hit me up. I live by prayer, so I take prayer requests also. Just hit me up for that. I love my Bible. I attend an amazing church which means the world to me. I play the keyboard for my worship band. I just love the world!
  • Location
    Russia (where the polar bears are. Kidding)
  • Interests
    I have a ton. Would be easier to share what I do NOT enjoy... well, whatever - writing, reading, singing, playing the piano, acting, drawing, dancing, making new friends, and the list goes on and on and on. Praying too.
  • Occupation
    HS student
  • Denomination
    Protestant (charismatic/pentecostal)
  • Name
    Lily

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  1. My parents would prefer I go with them, but they are supportive of me :) thankfully. Me and my dad used to get into arguments about it all the time. But not anymore :). And I actually went on a mission trip last summer with the Baptist church I was raised in. And I got saved while on the mission trip. Here's my testimony ^_^http://www.christianteenforums.com/showthread.php?77217-Haley-s-Testimony-(the-real-me) that tells everything as to how I came to know Christ

  2. This is why it is so much easier for me in Russia, in a big city, where we have tons of public transport. Not to mention that my church is like 10 minutes away from my house so I can easily walk. Anyway. I hope you find a church home soon!! Are your parents okay with you attending a different church? How did you come to know Christ at a different church? Sorry if that is too personal - I am just curious, I love talking about God and what He is doing in the hearts of His people. :)

  3. Thanks for the awesome thread Haley! I will definitely study that, and hopefully it will help me to get started. :)

    And I totally get you on the ride thing. I lived in the US for a year as an exchange student and the host family I lived in was Catholic, and what they did every Sunday was go to their own church and leave me without a ride. While I am immensely thankful to them for all the other good things they have done, that was frustrating. Later on I became friends with many Christian kids at the non-denominational church I attended, and they gave me rides all the time. I am by no means against the Catholic church itself, but the kind of Catholics I had to deal with in America.. well let me just say they only went to church to leave 'a checkmark' and show everyone what good people they are for attending a Sunday morning mass. :/

  4. Also, to start your witnessing techniques with your mom: http://www.christianteenforums.com/showthread.php?77137-How-to-be-a-witness-to-someone-who-denies-a-higher-power.-My-experience-)&highlight=witness+denies+higher+power

    That's sort of a how to guide for witnessing to Atheists/Agnostics. It will help get you started in the right direction :)

  5. Amen to that! Denomination means nothing without Jesus in your heart. I have spoken in tongues a few times yes. By born again of the Holy Ghost, I assume you mean you've been baptized of the Holy Ghost? Or do you just mean you've been born again/saved? I don't actually have a church that I attend regularly, because my parents attend a Baptist church (church I was raised in) and they take the car, leaving me without a ride to find my own church :/ But the one I attend on occasion when I get the chance teaches that tongues like most Pentecostals think of and practice is evidence that you've been baptized with the Holy Ghost. Congrats on the church worship band! Sounds like fun :)

  6. That is pretty awesome! :) I actually think it's Christ in the heart of a believer that matters most, so... yeah. Sorry if the question sounds weird, but do you speak in tongues? What does your church say about it? I've been Pentecostal for the past 4 months or so, and even though I was born again by the Holy Spirit, I still don't speak in tongues. It's just a pretty fascinating thing for me. :)

    I was invited to play the keyboard for my church's worship band, so I have a band rehearsal coming tonight... sooo excited... I just love my church. :)

  7. Lol it's cool. Actually, I think you just reached the post count that lets you post visitor messages so it's all good. Yeah, I was raised Baptist, I've only considered myself Pentecostal for about the last 9 months or year. I'm not even "technically" Apostolic Pentecostal yet because I haven't been baptized in Jesus Name. So "technically" I'm non-denominational. But I believe Apostolic Pentecostal, so that's what I identify as.... on here anyway :P.

    And yeah, I love that video! Glad you enjoyed it. I appreciate the prayers :)

  8. Hey Haley! Sorry, it took me ages to figure out this whole visitor messaging thing... :D I guess I am still a blonde at heart (I dyed my hair brown just so nobody would call me blond anymore :D)

    Yay, that is pretty cool to meet someone with similar beliefs (: I have only recently become 'one of those' (that is a veeery long story of my soul searching..) and I truly feel like I found myself in it! Btw, thank you TONS for the video - it's amazing, and I positively cannot stop watching that :)

    Praying for you girl! Hope things work out well for you!!! =)

  9. Whoo, a fellow Non-Denominational/Charismatic/Pentecostal person! Yay!!

  10. I've noticed several of your posts in the prayer request section. It's very inspiring to see you type out a prayer.

    Welcome to CTF!

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