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Scholarship Entrant: Kraymer from Nampa, Idaho
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 Kraymer: 2

If I could spend my life doing what I love most, it would be spreading the Word of God. I have tried sports, I have tried a career in firefighting, and now I am fully pursuing God’s call in my life to be in full time ministry. I know that it wont be easy, in fact it will probably be the hardest thing I do. But much like a marathon runner, the journey to the finish line is grueling, but it’s worth it. When you are called into ministry, you aren’t promised an easy life, but looking back, it will definitely be worthwhile. I would like to think that my efforts to spread the gospel would change the world, even if it is just one life that is changed, I would have made a difference in their world. In order to do this, I am going to have to remain faithful and strong and dependent on God for guidance in my life. I am currently going to school as a Christian Ministry major with an emphasis in Worship Ministry. I hope to be able to use what I have learned here at Northwest Nazarene University to go out into the world and share the message of God. He has made a change in my life, and now I hope to let Him work through me so that I can make a change in other people’s lives as well.

Vote for Kraymer: 2

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