A morning of prayer

A morning of prayer

Kaylie Clem | The Feather Online

Toryn Triplett, ’20, prays for her class and her designated T.E.A. Talks girl during T.E.A. Talks morning prayer meeting, April 20.

Freshman, Toryn Triplett, prays with her group during T.E.A. Talks‘ morning prayer gathering, April 20.

Senior group leaders, Hannah Nale and Jenny King, arranged this meeting to engage the girls in a morning of prayer. They enjoy starting mornings off with prayer and encouraged all high school girls to meet together and do the same. King baked blackberry muffins for the group to snack on.

Eight T.E.A. Talks girls gather at 7:10 a.m. in the campus courtyard to spend time in prayer. The group went in a circle and prayed for the person to their left, focusing on whatever specific requests they had. Some of the topics covered are grade levels, the school, various events and personal requests.

Hannah Nale and and Jenny King decided to shake things up by having an unusual morning meeting. Nale loves hanging out with the girls and is thankful for the opportunities she is given to hang out with them.

“Jenny and I thought it would be super fun to have a morning meet up instead of our usual after school gatherings,” Nale said. “This is our first morning meet up, we have done other things together but this is something new we are hoping gets continued. The next event that is planned is the end of the year party which will be amazing.”

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Kaylie Clem
“Be like a postage stamp - stick to one thing until you get there.” Josh Billings” - Gary Keller. Entering my sophomore year of high school, I made the decision to undertake the responsibility of being a photojournalist for The Feather. In joining the campus paper, I hope to increase my writing skills and learn more about Photography. Likely, Photojournalism will be added to my list of favorite classes which includes math and English. Math is one of the favorites because of the overwhelming satisfaction that is felt when a difficult problem is solved. The student that I have become already on my journey through school, has been influenced by great teachers that I have had. Because of these influences, when the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is asked, my answer is, a teacher. Teaching is something I’d like to do because of the children. Children are very full of challenges but I like challenges and, like the quote says, stick with those challenges, until they are resolved. - Kaylie Clem, Sophomore

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