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“The Joys and Trials of a Christian Teen” was created by me, a Christian, female, African-American teenager navigating through a journey called life.
Ever since a young age, I have loved God. He has given me many gifts, and one of them is to write. In fact, aside from this blog, I am currently in the process writing a novel that I plan to publish, someday. Additionally, I post several pieces of my shorter pieces of writing on this blog.
A few of the hobbies on my long list include reading, singing, making art, having family Bible studies, and as you can probably tell, blogging. Like most teens, I love having fun, but still living life as God sees fit. I want people to see His light when they see me. And a huge part of that is spreading the Good Word.
Whether you are a fellow teenager or a tweenager, Christian or not, wanting advice on how to deal with every-day topics: Christianity, mental health, self care, living in God’s image, etc., or an adult parenting a teen who wants to see our interpretation on the world, then this is the perfect site for you!
– The Creator, Princess Q’Zion
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