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Bryce Roskens youth pastor at Steamboat Rock Baptist Church recently sat down with Jillian Simon, a high school senior interning with him this semester. They discuss life as a high school student, what has been helpful for her in the church, and her perspective on faith and youth ministry.

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Jillian Simon: My name is Jillian Simon. In school I participate in soccer, dance team, large group and individual speech, our spring play, as well as many other clubs.

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I am involved in different ministries there, as well as some in my school. JS: I love all of the activities I am involved in and that I have access to so much. I love the relationships I am able to build while being in high school. I once heard that high school is the biggest mission field because seldom will you be in contact with that many people on a daily basis after graduation.

I love the idea of being able to have that large of an impact on my peers while being able to do things that all of us enjoy. My high school is just really awesome because of the community we build. We have so much school spirit, and I love being a part of something like that. BR: What are some of the challenges that high school students face that other adults might not know? JS: We are trying to cram every possible thing we can do into 24 hours. That being said, it leaves a lot of high schoolers stressed beyond measure and filled with anxiety. Students will look at others and wish they were them.

They wish they had a certain personality or body type or matched the perfect beauty standard. People with curly hair want straight hair, and people with straight hair want curly hair. BR: What are some things that have been helpful for you in your faith as you have been active in a local church and youth ministry?

JS: I think the main thing is being active. The Bible calls us to community, and being involved in my church and youth ministries have been such a blessing. I know that there is always a place I can turn when I need help, no matter what that looks like. Being active in church causes ability and strong friendships that are rooted in the Word. Also, having strong, Christian adults that can speak into my life is one of the biggest blessings I could have ever received. BR: What role has serving others played in your faith development over the years?

JS: I have been blessed to be able to go on many mission trips, which those always remind me of the need in my own community, and more than anything that we are to serve like we are serving God, not man. If we are doing this, we should be serving to the best of our ability. When we are outside of our comfort zones is when we see the most growth. We are to serve as Jesus did. JS: My mentor has become like another mother to me. She is an amazing woman of the faith, and she has shown me what a great example of a mother and wife looks like.

Having her guide me in my faith has helped me grow so much. I highly suggest pursing mentorship. BR: If you could share an encouraging word to youth workers currently working with students throughout the NAB, what would you say? JS: You are impacting so many lives. There are so many students that do not receive healthy love, so having a place where they know they can come and just be loved well can completely change the course of their lives.

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