On Mondays, we’ll take time to meet the women of NAOBC. Five questions followed by how you can connect with the NAOBC women on social media. Today’s interview is with Macy Kile.
Q: Tell us about yourself
A: I am the oldest daughter of four girls. I’m a junior at Boyce College and I get to study music! I’m a piano major and it has been so neat to see the Lord work through the music program there. As a music major, I get to do an internship under Pastor Craig Shuff at church. I recently got engaged to Bobby Marcum!
Q: Tell us about your time at NAOBC
A: I’ve been at NAOBC for almost a year now. My family started coming this past December. It has been such a blessing to see NAOBC live out what a godly, healthy, church should look like and it’s been a blessing to be a part of that! I have been able to serve on the Worship Team, which has been such a joy. I’ve also, as I stated before, have been able to be an intern at church, which I’ve absolutely loved.
Q: What is a fun fact that most people wouldn’t know about you?
A: I love to sew, cross stitch, embroider, knit, crochet – crafty kinds of things!
Q: What woman has made the most impact in your life?
A: This would definitely be my Mom. She has set such a wonderful example of what a godly wife and mother should look like. It is such a blessing to be able to walk into my parents room in the morning and see her spending time in the Word and praying for us. She is always available to go to and talk or to give me encouragement when I’m having a rough day. She lives out Colossians 3:16 so well – the Word of Christ dwells in her richly. Yes, she’s not perfect – none of us are – but I hope to be just like her as a wife and mother one day.
Q: What is something the Lord has taught you in the last year?
A: Joy and thankfulness are two themes that keep coming up! This year has been so rough with the many things that are going on in our world. It is so easy for me to complain about wearing masks or that I can’t give people hugs! But the Lord is so good and there are more things to be thankful for than there are things to complain about. When we are thankful and praising the Lord for the things that He has done in our life (whether that be something big or something small), we become content where the Lord has us. And contentment brings joy. It is so simple, yet something I need to be reminded of every day!
You can follow Macy on Instagram @macymae2000.