Parker County Today January 2018 - Page 113

Continued from page 87 people are aware of Trinity Christian and all we have to offer families in our area. Our enrollment has increased significantly the past few years and I hope I have had a part in that. Personally, as a breast cancer survivor, my desire is to share my story to encourage and support other women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. PCT: What’s the best piece of advice you would give? SH: Do your best and leave the results to God, and something I just said to my son today, “Do not be anxious about anything…” Philippians 4:6 (Both are pieces of advice I need to repeat to myself daily!) PCT: What is your definition of the best day ever?  SH: Jeeping in the summer in the mountains of Colorado with my family. PCT: What is the coolest thing you have ever done in your life?  SH: This past March I got a last- minute opportunity to go to South Africa with a group of students from TCA. We worked at a rural preschool most days but one day we visited with AIDS patients at a hospice/nursing home. I shared my testimony with the patients. We all need Jesus and I was able to share how our family has been affected by HIV. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be able to minis- ter to someone on the other side of the world in that way. We got to swim in the Indian Ocean and went zip-lining on the longest zip-line in Africa. I am grateful for the experi- ence to see a part of this beautiful world I never expected to see. We’ve had a great year and hope that you did also. Business is thriving in Parker County because of you. Let’s keep the momentum going during 2018 ... it’s fantastic for everyone! 111