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CHS FCA students hear message

Campbellsville High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes students recently heard a message encouraging them to keep Christ in Christmas.

 

Before the holiday break, Campbellsville University student Jordan Reed spoke to students about the Christmas story.

 

Reed, who is a senior, said the Christmas story can be applied to everyday life.

 

The wise men, he said, traveled on a 10-week journey to see a baby, leaving everything they had behind.

 

Reed said the wise men risked so much to see this baby, but had faith and knew the importance of the baby’s birth.

 

He said the wise men risked so much, and traveled so far, but God brought them to the prince of peace.

 

“Following God to his promises is hard,” Reed said. “You don’t know what will happen.”

 

But the greatest gift, Reed said, is the one that can’t be taken away.

 

“A savior who died for you,” he said.

 

Reed asked why people deemphasize Christ in Christmas today, and encouraged the FCA members to spread the message that Christ should always be in Christmas.

 

“Be consistent in your daily walk,” he said, “and he will be consistent with you.”

 

CHS FCA members played an ice breaker game during the meeting, in which students formed a line and “wrote” a symbol on each other’s backs.

 

The purpose of the game was to spread the symbol throughout the line and for the last person to guess it correctly.

 

CHS teacher Cheryl Dicken is the FCA sponsor.

 

CHS FCA members play an icebreaker game in which students form a line and “write” a symbol on each other’s backs. The person at the front of the line tries to guess the symbol. Above, CHS junior Abbie Dicken writes on freshman Abi Wiedewitsch’s back.

CHS FCA members play an icebreaker game in which students form a line and “write” a symbol on each other’s backs. The person at the front of the line tries to guess the symbol. Above, CHS junior Abbie Dicken writes on freshman Abi Wiedewitsch’s back.

 

CHS FCA members play an icebreaker game in which students form a line and “write” a symbol on each other’s backs. The person at the front of the line tries to guess the symbol.

CHS FCA members play an icebreaker game in which students form a line and “write” a symbol on each other’s backs. The person at the front of the line tries to guess the symbol.

 

CHS FCA members play an icebreaker game in which students form a line and “write” a symbol on each other’s backs. The person at the front of the line tries to guess the symbol. Above, CHS senior Austin Fitzgerald “writes” on freshman Colin Harris’s back.

CHS FCA members play an icebreaker game in which students form a line and “write” a symbol on each other’s backs. The person at the front of the line tries to guess the symbol. Above, CHS senior Austin Fitzgerald “writes” on freshman Colin Harris’s back.

 

CHS FCA members play an icebreaker game in which students form a line and “write” a symbol on each other’s backs. The person at the front of the line tries to guess the symbol. Above, CHS junior Layton Hord writes on classmate Christa Riggs’s back.

CHS FCA members play an icebreaker game in which students form a line and “write” a symbol on each other’s backs. The person at the front of the line tries to guess the symbol. Above, CHS junior Layton Hord writes on classmate Christa Riggs’s back.

 

Campbellsville University senior Jordan Reed talks to CHS FCA members about keeping Christ in Christmas.

Campbellsville University senior Jordan Reed talks to CHS FCA members about keeping Christ in Christmas.

 

Campbellsville University senior Jordan Reed talks to CHS FCA members about keeping Christ in Christmas.

Campbellsville University senior Jordan Reed talks to CHS FCA members about keeping Christ in Christmas.

 

Campbellsville University senior Jordan Reed talks to CHS FCA members about keeping Christ in Christmas.

Campbellsville University senior Jordan Reed talks to CHS FCA members about keeping Christ in Christmas.





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