Here is a piece I wrote for my undergraduate student ministry’s blog. They asked me to write an encouraging post for my fellow brothers and sisters at UCLA, so I decided to simply share a piece of my experience these past few months. Moving to a new state, attending law school, being away from friends and family… these experiences have stripped away some of the things that are important to me. God used this chance to show Himself to me as sovereign and holy – the only one in existence that really matters. I hope everyone finds encouragement in seeking out our God!
written by Lily Choi
Lily graduated from UCLA as an English major in 2015. She is currently studying for a J.D. at Harvard Law school. She enjoys reading, writing, and anything Korean. (안녕하세요!)
One of my principal worries when I moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts was the loss of my Christian community. GOC had been an instrumental part of my life and my faith during my time at UCLA. I imagined that starting over, making new friends, joining a new Christian group, and establishing accountability would take time and effort. I imagined that it would be hard.
For the most part, I think my fears have been realized.
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