THE POINT Spotlight: Youth

Josaphine Johnson and The Point

Johnson reflects that “I still remember in our school days, a couple of times we were given an assignment to write an essay on – My best friend. During those days; it was just a write up of few paragraphs highlighting the importance & qualities of best friend and quotes like “A friend in need is friend indeed.” But today, good friends are becoming an increasingly important issue, especially in light of all the challenges youth face throughout the college years and beyond.

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“Participating in this project,” she reflects, “really helped me to take a step back, and be thankful for the friends that God has given me at Biola. We are young and restless. But there is also consistency, commitment, and devotion. We can have a good time together, and also talk about important issues.”

“We are young and restless. But there is also consistency, commitment, and devotion. We can have a good time together, and also talk about important issues.”