Each month I'll be featuring a teen who is making a difference in our world! This month's teen is Crystal Woodman Miller. Crystal is a survivor of the Columbine shooting and her story is inspiring others around the world.
At age sixteen, Crystal Woodman Miller began to explore the meaning of life in the face of death, as she discovered the reality that tomorrow is no guarantee. She preferred to view life as a gift, and an opportunity, rather than a cruel and unfair joke. With that revelation she has set out to live life to the fullest! Since then, she has found her identity not in the things that matter to this world, but in the light of the One who offers hope and salvation. As a result, her journey has been difficult, but also full of immense joy!
Equipped with a servant’s heart and a survivor’s testimony, Crystal is a full-time speaker and author who devotes her life to sharing her extraordinary message of hope to thousands upon thousands of people both domestically and internationally. Although not exclusively, Crystal leverages the events of Columbine as a platform to inspire others to live boldly in the face of their own difficult circumstances.
Check out her book: Marked for Life.
If you would like to nominate a teen please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!