We celebrate our graduating Seniors! They have had a wild end to High School! Graduating in unique circumstances, we pray for their future and celebrate them with their families. Although we cannot gather together to celebrate, our seniors’ families hope that we can gather in August and bless them as a sending forth to leave for college. Until then, we will celebrate with their families as they gradate from High School!
And Now…. Presenting our High School Graduates….
Thomas Graduated from Hebron High School. He plans to attend the University of Nebraska in the fall to study film and media.
Marshall graduated from Newman Smith High School. He is planning to attend Tyler Jr. College in the Fall and Major in Nursing
Haley graduated from Hebron High School. She will be attending Texas A&M University and majoring in Biomedical Engineering
Avery graduated from Hebron High School. She is attending Vanderbilt University with a double major in Early Childhood Education and Spanish.
Connor graduated from Hebron High School. He will be attending Creighton University in Omaha, NE in the fall and will be majoring in Chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences.
What Advice Would you Give?
We asked our church “What advice would you give a graduating Senior?” Here are a few responses. We would love for you to offer more advice: Email Pastor Sarah so we can include your advice for our graduating Seniors.
“So sorry for these crazy times and uncharted waters. Even though we are not able to celebrate with you in person, just want you to know we are proud of you. Remember whose you are and you are never alone. God is always with you.” – Gail Darden
“From a current college student: When you start college or training, remember that everyone is in the same place of knowing practically no one. – Do your homework. – From a recent college grad: Go to class, pay attention to the syllabus. – It doesn’t matter if you like the professor or not, do your work.” – Christiansen Family
“Make learning your lifelong endeavor!” – Terri Barrett
“Know that the only thing constant in life is change, so learn to flow with it. (Easier said that done.” – Kim Kailey
“Be bold enough to take chances, you don’t want to look back with regrets.” – Barb Wynn
“Try new things. Failure isn’t the worst thing in the world. The very worst is not to try! If you get the chance to travel abroad, do it!” – Pastor Rodney
“I can do all things thru Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13. Everyone needs a village, a safe place. Find your village. For both our sons it was the Wesley campus ministry.♥️” – Cindy Carlisle
“Get all the education you can!” – Jerry and Patricia Bunch
“Always REMEMBER you family and friends . They have brought you this far with God’s help. Love them . Also make and love new friends. As the song says ” is silver and the other is gold. – Judd Cann
“Be open to new experiences. You never know when they will come in handy in the future. Congratulations!” – Ron and Cindy Branson
“Don’t be afraid to ask for help.” – Liz Moen
“As you move on to a new chapter in your life, today’s challenges may seem overwhelming. Don’t be afraid, embrace YOUR special time. In a few years, you’ll look back on all this craziness and hopefully laugh.” – Clarence and Lynn Elliott
“As you strive to find community, love deeply, trust, and forgive always. Good Friends are hard to make, but you can not find them unless you put yourself out there with vulnerability and receive love in return.” – Pastor Sarah and Gary Roberts
“Follow your heart and work hard to obtain your dreams. Keep educating yourself.” – Ginger Briggs
Don’t be afraid to fail. The world is full of people that failed numerous times before they became highly successful. Follow your passion! – Bob Michael