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FAITH SCHUCH, also referred to as Flyin’ Faith, is an amazing young girl, uniquely made. Psalm 139:14: I praise you because I am fearfully and
From the time Faith was created, and prayerfully as she grows, all that she has done and will continue to do will be praiseworthy to God our Creator. Revelations 4:11: You are worthy, our Lord our God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you cre- ated all things and by Your will they were created and have their being. Faith is an all around “girly girl” who loves to play with dolls, plays school, dress up, Tinker Bell and enjoys being with friends. She also loves to learn and challenges herself in everything that she does at home, school or where ever she may be. One particular place she loves to be, and is chal- lenged in many ways, is at the race track. Faith, though being a girly girl, does have a part of her that thrives on the competition and thrill. FromApriluntilOctober you can find her every weekend at her home track, Vestaburg Kart Speedway.
which would pull the spark plug wire to shut the kart off if she were to get out of control. After a few times of the whole family cheering her on along with neighbor friends, Faith was excited to drive the kart out on the track! The very first time out on the track Faith got out there and had no fear. She was ready to race and fast - FAST being the key word. Faith went around the corners and going too FAST she ran right into the fence! Her first time out and she dented the brand new fencing. Faith got right back out there and continued racing with not a hint of fear from what
wonderfully made; Your works are wonderful I know that full well.
just happened. She was determined to race and as the weeks went on, the more she im-
proved and the more drive pushed her from within.
One day after school, kinder- garten year, Faith had drawn her dream. On the picture was a car
she wanted to race in NASCAR and a horse ranch. She was so proud of
it and still has that picture on the door. Her young dream is to one day
race in NASCAR and have a horse ranch where all kids can come ride
horses, where she will accept dona- tions for payment as the families funds
As Faith watched her daddy and her big brother race go karts, Faith had a desire to get into a kart herself. She had her first practice on an alley street right behind their house at the age of six. Her daddy took a dog leash and hooked it on her kart. As she learned to get going he could run right next to her and pull the leash,
per- mit. Her first sea- son out in
By Tania Schuch
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