Chika Anyanwu admits that she was a bit rebellious as a teen. She once tried to skip school and got busted by her mom. She also once tried to steal a friend’s bracelet–and ended up getting injured and needing an ambulance ride in the process. But, through all of this, even in her most embarrassing times, she was in the sight of Jesus. She was not forgotten by Him. He remained near to her.
Our week two speaking team brings incredible stories and a variety of life experiences to share with us this weekend. We can’t wait to hear about their faith and how their individual relationships with God have shaped their lives. Find out more about them here.
Steubenville St. Louis Mid-America Week 2 is underway! First up was a Mass for the conference volunteers, celebrated by Bishop Rice of the Diocese of Springfield – Cape Girardeau. His message was clear: the key source of our courage is being convicted that Jesus is who He says He is. That courage is what allows us to witness our faith to the world.