Verge Camp | Suicide, Bullying, and Depression
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Suicide, Bullying, and Depression

Suicide, Bullying, and Depression

I have been changed ever since Verge happened.  Before Verge I didn’t know that God loves me, even though I did everything I was supposed to. The realization just wasn’t there.  Four months before I nearly committed suicide.  The anxiety was getting to me and I didn’t have anyone to rely on.  I’ve been bullied a lot, both virtually and in real life.  I have been scarred both internally and externally.  Trust me, I know how it feels to be an outcast; like no one cares for you.  When Verge happened I didn’t really expect that much, but in those five precious days I felt different.  I felt new.  I felt the love of God.  I have never ever felt that before.


Then came the baptism. After that I knew that I had committed myself to the Lord.  I am his warrior, I am his precious daughter, and there is no one else like me!  I learned that there is a path set down for me and that God has made it perfect.  I didn’t have to become someone else for the world.  I just have to be myself.  There will always be people who hate you but just stay strong and say “You may be bigger, but I am stronger than you in my soul.”


At Verge I learned that God loves me no matter what I do.  He will always feel that way.  He is consistent in everything. Verge is the place where I found myself. Verge is the place that I found God.  I am still broken on the inside, but  I will heal though with God’s grace and love for me.  I now know that He is always there. I am never going to be alone ever again because He is there right beside me.  I am his precious daughter.  There is no one like me.

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