A Crazy Dream to Change This World

Scholarship Entrant: Caitie from Hendersonville, Tennessee
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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If I could earn a living making music for the rest of my life, I believe it would change the world. I believe this because I would write songs, and sing and play them all over the world only for the glory of the Lord. I wouldn’t change the world, but people’s lives would be changed by the message of Jesus Christ portrayed in my music.
Many people do not generally respect Christian pop music, but my goal would be to gain the respect of people who love Jesus as well as people who don’t care a thing about Jesus. My music would be about how Jesus has changed my life. I would start by recording an EP, then playing my music at small venues, and then try to get a record deal. From there, I would travel all over the world, sharing the good news of Jesus through music and with the talents He gave me to use for His glory alone. People would listen and come to believe in the Jesus that has completely changed my life. My dream is to travel, make excellent music that pleases Christ, make His name famous, love Jesus, and love people through all of it. I desire for people to know Jesus, and not me. I am striving towards this goal now, and I whole-heartedly believe this would change the world.

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