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Established in February 2016, this blog serves as a space where Christian men and women can encourage each other in their walk with Jesus Christ. Christian On Campus is a community where we (as Christians) can come together to grow through one another, united by our love for God. Here, we are not ashamed of the gospel and we continually seek to learn more about our Savior daily. The focus of Christian On Campus is to cultivate and enliven this ever-growing faith we share.

Now, allow me to introduce myself! My name is Danielle and I am the proud author and creator of this blog. I am an undergraduate college student from Florida pursuing my bachelor’s degree in both Psychology and Behavioral Healthcare. I am nineteen years old and enjoying my third semester of college. I have two brothers; one being twenty-three and the other aged eight years old, making me the middle child and only girl. I was raised catholic but now I simply call myself a Christian. I enjoy bible journaling, reading and exploring Pinterest and YouTube when I am not at school participating in ministry events or catching up on schoolwork. I hope one day to attend graduate school in Georgia or North Carolina, where I hope to live out the rest of my life. After earning my Masters in Counseling I hope to open my own practice and, eventually, write my own book! Every day I learn more about my own faith and beliefs and I have a long path to walk, but I hope I can share what I learn with you here.

For as long as I can remember, I have had a fascination with writing. After a lot of thinking and praying I have decided to use this pastime in combination with my love for God to reach out to others and hopefully impact them by sharing the ups and downs of my life and any advice I have acquired from experience with others. Especially for those of us in our late teens and early twenties, it is nice to have someone to relate to and to see how they made it through a particular situation you may be facing yourself. Especially as Christians, certain events throughout high school and college years can be challenging due to the influences of those around us, largely those who may have different beliefs from us. I hope this blog can help someone get through a situation they are struggling with and be encouraging to those pursuing a Christian lifestyle, as I am.

Now, I hope that you aren’t thinking this means that if you are not Christian you should leave! Absolutely not. While my content will most certainly have faith based aspects to it, it will also be a general sharing of experiences I have had with high school and college, going through the process of undergraduate school and working towards graduate school, and just daily life in general. This is not written to shape anyone into something they are not or to force one’s beliefs on another, but instead it is here to embolden you as you encounter life’s ups and downs and awaken you to the truths of the Bible. Whatever you choose to believe is completely your prerogative and I respect that decision whole heartedly. I still have a lot to learn, but I am seeking to understand more each and every day and I hope you will stick along so I can share what I know and come to know with you! I appreciate you stopping by and encourage you to email me at christianoncampus@outlook.com if you have any questions or concerns and I will respond as soon as possible.

In all sincerity,

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