Sarah Le Febre
I have known Holly since my sophomore year at Holland High. Holly was THAT GIRL. Holly was that girl with the charismatic personality that matched her crazy, cool, curly hair. She was that girl on the cheerleading team that I looked up to because her school spirit echoed the Spirit in her heart. She was that girl in theatre that was talented enough to make me hate her as the Wicked Witch of the West in Wizard of Oz and then adore her for her role as the blind Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker. Holly was just THAT GIRL that we all loved and adored for so many reasons.
I don't know why God chooses some people to carry so much pain. I cry when I think of Holly carrying it, but in a strange juxtaposition of sadness and gratitude, I am given HOPE that it is through Holly's story of pain that more and more people are going to hear the name of Jesus.
She's THAT GIRL... always has been and always will be that girl that I will remember when I need Jesus in my time of pain. —Sarah Le Febre