Tell us a little about yourself and who’s in your house.
My name is Sarah Peters. I was born and raised in Midland, Texas. I am currently a senior at Texas Tech University and will be graduating this December with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies. Over the past six months the Lord has grown my heart and given me a passion for victims of sex trafficking. After graduation I would like to work with and minister to women who have been victims of sex trafficking. I currently live with two other girls who are great friends of mine and are also students at Texas Tech. They both love the Lord, and it is truly a blessing to come home to an encouraging, Christ-centered environment.
How long have you attended Trinity and in what areas are you involved?
I have attended Trinity for two and a half years now. I am actively involved in Trinity’s college ministry where I volunteer as a student leader. Also, I serve in Little Kidsplace in the Walker’s room on Sunday mornings.
What have you read and been listening to lately?
This summer I finished the book, Radical, by David Platt. This is probably the best book I have ever read. It is extremely convicting, but conviction is good a thing. Reading this book changed my perspective on many areas of my faith and has challenged me to live out my faith daily the way God intended. I would highly recommend this book to anyone. I also recently listened to a podcast series over the Song of Solomon by Ben Stuart. He is the lead speaker for Breakaway, a campus Bible study at Texas A&M. This series is a great way to learn what God’s Word has to say about love and marriage.
Well, since ten years ago I was eleven years old, I would tell myself a few things. First, I would tell myself to enjoy being a teenager and don’t worry about what other people think. Secondly, I would tell myself to put my relationship with the Lord above all else – to be faithful to the Lord despite what other people think.
What is something you’re looking forward to this fall?
One huge thing I am looking forward to is graduating college! It’s crazy to think that this season in my life is coming to an end. With that, I am also excited to find out what exactly the Lord has in store for the next season of my life!