Ministry at Work

Scholarship Entrant: Sherry from Ocala, Florida
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.
Vote for Sherry: 14

I would like to have my own ministry one day, Not so much for making money from it, but changing lives by preaching the Gospel of, Jesus Christ. It is more of a calling and vocation at the same time. The world needs to know more of the Gospel than anything else. To know that there is a hope and a future founded in God’s Word for all mankind. This could change the world and bring in the lost souls at the same time. Not asking anything in return, just to simply bring good news to those that have lost all hope. My goals are to:
1- Start a soup kitchen in my community, and feed the hungry.
2- Share the good news of, Jesus Christ, and his saving grace.
3- Pray for the sick, and visit the shut-ins.
4- Make my community a safer place for all children in the area.
5- Have my own church someday.
6- Work in the ministry mission field.
7- Begin a ministry for children and unwed mother’s.
8- Begin a weekly youth ministry. Games, basketball,softball, etc.
9- Start a, “Ministry Clothes Closet,” sharing clothing with the less fortunate.
10- Create a Bible Study group.
All of these things and more are considered to be a part of the ministry. Changing the world one person at a time, with a simple prayer.

Vote for Sherry: 14

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