A Generation of World Changers

Scholarship Entrant: Blair from Hoffman, Minnesota
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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Using encouragement yet still highlighting a sense of reality in each and every situation for teens is crucial to me. So, in my book, “living the dream” would involve ministering to the youth throughout the nations by teaching them about Christ, pouring into them daily, and letting them know the potential that they have while still pointing out that there are things in life that may be difficult but not impossible to conquer. I want to be able to do all of these things in order to better teenager’s lives by giving them opportunities to let them shine and to spread the joy of Christ to the people in their lives that may not know Christ. In order to change the world, I feel as if it is important to lift up the younger generations who seem to be falling into the things of the world and show them that the things of God are going to be so much greater than the things of the world. My job will simply be to humble myself before God and allow Him to capture the hearts of each teen and lead them down the path that He has set out before them. When that is finished, God will take control and lead us down that correct path which will lead to a changing world.

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