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Growing up as a Preachers child Growing up as a preachers son has had its on unique experiences as well as its unforgettable experiences Through the years I have learned that being a preachers child has its rewards and its share of critics In this society that we live in preachers kids are always in the spotlight whether its good or bad where as society will only expound on the bad The thing that the world has to understand is that there is no such thing as the perfect family the perfect parent or the perfect child including preachers kids Somewhere along the line we somehow started believing that Pks are never angry never depressed never sick never upset with a brother or friend Society seems to think that we are supposed to do no wrong when in reality that is not possible because we are only human and we do make mistakes Being a minister child I have experienced the rewards as well as the criticism Some of the rewards of being a preachers kid are participating in church activities I discovered my many talents in the music area showing hospitality having people skills and most of all my leadership skills I now have a better knowledge of the bible and doctrine than other children We travel to different places and meet people of all walks of life and that to me is a rewarding experience People shouldnt criticize ministers kids or make them feel like they should be angels I think society should recognize that preachers kids might rebel and turn away from the church but most of the time they dont go far because they found out there is nothing out there for them Ive been taught through the years that no matter how far you stray God will always watch over you Even if we experiment with drugs or premarital sex or whatever we have been grounded
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