Ethan Kramer
  

Senior Spotlight: Ethan Kramer

Ethan James Kramer, 17, was born on January 28, 2000, to Dennis and Michelle Kramer. He has one older sibling, Hannah Kramer. Ethan began attending Temple Christian School in the middle of his seventh grade year. He was the goalkeeper for Temple’s 2017-2018 varsity soccer team. Ethan says his favorite part of high school is the three o’clock bell. Ethan Kramer enjoys listening to WBCL on 88.1 FM. His favorite Bible verse is Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”

 

After high school, Ethan Kramer plans on joining the United States Coast Guard as a search and rescue pilot. When asked what celebrity or famous person he would want to spend a day with, he said, “Nikola Tesla.” Ethan aspires to become a helicopter pilot and fly an AH-12 Viper. His advice to the underclassmen is to “learn to like the taste of coffee!” Ethan says the change in atmosphere from his last school has affected his life the most.

 

Congratulations, Ethan, and may God bless you in everything that your future holds!

Abby Johnston
  

Senior Spotlight: Abby Johnston

Abigail Faith Johnston, 18, was born on November 18, 1999. She is the daughter of Joyce and Don Johnston. Abigail is commonly known in school as “Abby.” She has two siblings, Kenley and Natalie, who have also attended Temple. Abby has been enrolled at Temple Christian for twelve years. At school, Abby is involved in many things. She is a member of the National Honors Society and has participated in every drama since Temple performed “Music Man.” Abby also takes dance lessons at Lyn’s Academy of Dance, where she has danced for sixteen years.  Her favorite part of high school is getting to make new friendships that will last forever.

 

Abigail Johnston currently attends Lima Baptist Temple. Her favorite Bible verse is Ephesians 1:17-19, “that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give to you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him, the eyes of your understanding[a] being enlightened; that you may know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, and what is the exceeding greatness of His power toward us who believe, according to the working of His mighty power.” After high school, Abby plans to major in political science or philosophy. She also wants to go to law school to work in juvenile court, practicing criminal law. Her dream is to become a juvenile court lawyer and be able to get her Masters in social work. When asked what celebrity Abby would like to spend a day with she said, “Chance the Rapper.” Abby’s advice to the underclassmen is, “Know that high school ends eventually.” Abby says, “I’ve learned so many things about myself and how the body of Christ works as we all try to figure out what God has for us.”

 

Congratulations, Abby, and good luck in your future! We can’t wait to see God work through you!

 

Olivia Lugibihl
  

Senior Spotlight: Olivia Lugibihl

Olivia Euclari’ Lugibihl, 17, was born on May 23, 2000, to Kim and Tom Lugibihl. Her siblings are Aimee, who graduated in 2011; Brianna, who attended Temple Christian School until her sophomore year; and Seth, who graduated in 2015. Olivia has attended Temple for thirteen years. She had a role in a number of school dramas: “Fiorello,” “Little Women,” and “Hello, Dolly!” She is also a member of the track, cheer, and girls basketball team. Her favorite part of high school is the class parties. She currently attends the Church of the Good Shepherd. Olivia’s favorite Bible verse is 2 Timothy 1:7, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”

 

Olivia plans to go into the fields of marketing, management, and exercise science after high school. Her dream is to start her own business and to travel to every continent. Olivia chose Ellen Degeneres when she was asked what famous person she would like to spend a day with if she could. Olivia’s advice to the underclassmen is, “Keep your eyes on God and everything will fall into place. Work hard. Grades are money.” When asked what part of Temple has influenced her the most, Olivia said, “The staff, my coaches, my friends, and my teammates, along with all the experiences.”

 

Congratulations, Olivia, we are so excited to see the miraculous things God has planned for your life!

Kayla Mueller
  

Senior Spotlight: Kayla Mueller

Kayla Mueller, daughter of Dorthea Mueller, was born on May 1, 2000. She is the only child in her family. Kayla has attended Temple Christian School for six years. She is a member of the volleyball team and Temple’s National Honors Society program. She also had a role in the school’s drama “Hello, Dolly!” Her favorite part of high school is having the opportunity to hang out with her friends. Kayla currently attends Lima Community Church. Her favorite Bible verse is Galatians 5:5-6, “For we through the Spirit eagerly wait for the hope of righteousness by faith. For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision nor uncircumcision avails anything, but faith working through love.”

 

After high school, Kayla is looking to go to college and earn a nursing degree. She dreams of becoming a pediatric nurse.  When asked what famous person or celebrity Kayla would like to spend a day with if she could, she answered, “Rosa Parks: just to see what it was like living during that time.” Kayla’s advice to the underclassmen is, “Enjoy your time with your friends while you can.” Kayla says that chapel has helped her grow spiritually, along with the teachers being so willing to answer her questions.

Congratulations, Kayla! We are so excited to see what God has in store for your future!