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About the blog
Aerielwynnell is a space to share life experiences in my walk away from and now, with Christ. I’m incredibly transparent in hopes that anyone who reads my work can see themselves in it. This allows for relatable teachings and advice for those who find themselves in similar situations.
I’m a Christian blogger and author, sexual abuse survivor, youth bible teacher, and character development teacher! I received a bachelor’s in biology from Winston Salem State University. I’ve had the pleasure of working with the youth about for 15 years. During this time, I created the first liturgical dance team in my community which uncovered my passion for working with the youth. After graduating with a B.A. in biology, I went on to fulfill my call as a youth minister.
During that time, I created the first & only youth Bible study in my hometown area and have spoken at several youth conferences, teaching youth the importance of Christ. I continue my ministry here on this blog at http://www.aerielwynnell.com and in the publishing of my first book: “Growing Pains“. My focus is to show the youth where and how God plays a major role every, single day of their lives. I’m currently working towards a master’s in clinical mental health at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
My passion is rooted in teaching the youth about Jesus and why He is a necessity in their lives on a level they understand. This includes using music, games, demonstrations, and discussion to help illustrate various points of the lesson. Aeriel has been teaching youth bible study to teens in my hometown for over 4 years. I also teach and support character development and its impact on their lives and those connected to them. I’ve had the privilege of speaking at several youth conferences and have had multiple, positive reviews on her teachings from both parents and youth!
The goal of my work leads back to Christ. Whether it’s the blog, my videos, books, or teachings, the goal is to show people the closeness of Christ in their lives. In showing the nearness of God, it illustrates his intentions with us despite our emotions and points to the truth, which is Christ himself.