Pictured at left, the Student Worship Band performs “Our God” Wednesday during the Artesia High School Class of 2013 Baccalaureate service at the AHS Auditorium, sponsored by the Artesia Ministerial Alliance. Below, Trey Yates delivers a scripture reading, quoting Luke 12:48, “to whom much is given, much is expected.” “In Artesia, we have been given so much, and there is clearly no other community that cares for us like Artesia does,” Yates told his classmates. “So I pray that no matter what we do, we go out and represent Artesia well.” The challenge to the class was delivered by Jeffrey Ross, who imparted the message, “No matter where we move or go off to college, trust God and believe that, with Him, everything will be OK. It’s not going to be easy. Be willing to go and serve wherever you are, travel your path, do His work, and keep your faith. He will not give you more than you can handle.” Grace Miller - Daily Press


Pictured above, the Student Worship Band performs “Our God” Wednesday during the Artesia High School Class of 2013 Baccalaureate service at the AHS Auditorium, sponsored by the Artesia Ministerial Alliance. Below, Trey Yates delivers a scripture reading, quoting Luke 12:48, “to whom much is given, much is expected.” “In Artesia, we have been given so much, and there is clearly no other community that cares for us like Artesia does,” Yates told his classmates. “So I pray that no matter what we do, we go out and represent Artesia well.” The challenge to the class was delivered by Jeffrey Ross, who imparted the message, “No matter where we move or go off to college, trust God and believe that, with Him, everything will be OK. It’s not going to be easy. Be willing to go and serve wherever you are, travel your path, do His work, and keep your faith. He will not give you more than you can handle.”
Grace Miller – Daily Press

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