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Micah 6:8 Leaders

Micah 6:8 Leaders
"He has shown you, O man, what is good;
And what does the Lord require of you?
To do justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God."
-Micah 6:8
Welcome to our Micah 6:8 Leaders campaign!
Throughout the fall semester, SSCA will be showcasing some of our Micah 6:8 Leaders who are in Grades 6-12! Tune in every Micah Monday to read their stories below and to learn more about our students and SSCA community. 
What is a Micah 6:8 Leader?
A Micah 6:8 Leader is someone who impacts their community by showing others what it means to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly. They are not conformed by the things of this world or want to exalt themselves above others. Instead, they show what true leadership looks like by serving others and exalting God above all else. 
Micah 6:8 Student Leaders
nazirMeet Nazir Turney
Grade 8
Nazir has been at SSCA for 3 years. According to Nazir, “a great leader is someone who is nice and helps others. They are also someone who is always there for others.” Nazir is making a difference in his community by helping those in need. He serves others by donating food and other canned goods to the Randolph Food Pantry. While at SSCA, Nazir has learned the importance of spreading the gospel. He also learned that “it is important to always be nice to others, even when they are not nice to you. You should always treat others the way you want to be treated."
Meet Nola Sanchez
Grade 9
Nola has been at SSCA for almost 12 years. According to Nola, “a great leader is someone who wants to help others and have them succeed.” Nola is making a difference in her community by serving her peers and by setting a good example. She is currently setting a good example for the younger students by showing them that hard work pays off. Last year, Nola won the Academic Excellence Award for achieving the highest GPA in her grade. She currently participates in volleyball, choir, and is a part of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), which is a youth group that is open to all Upper School students and meets during flex period. While at SSCA, Nola has learned the importance of community. “It is so important to have people around to support you. SSCA has given me a community like that.”