Motivated Leadership in Ply
Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, Col 3:28
I suppose if one had to borrow a mission statement it would be from Colossians three. There is an importance here that many fail to see. The importance is if we work unto the Lord, no matter of our disposition toward one another we can still produce excellent work. Not because we are so skillful but because God is the center of our focus.
Currently, I am attending Northeast State Community College with a GPA of 3.275. In May of 2018 I will graduate with my associates and then transfer to ETSU to finish my Bachelor's degree with dreams of attending law school or a Masters program.
Music has been a large part of my life for as long as I can remember. Guitar was the first instrument what was handed to me and have learned how to play mandolin, drums, bass and piano since then.
Staying in state where my mental and physical abilities can perform at a maximum are very important to me. I have found a good workout routine and other hobbies such as; biking, hiking, tennis are great ways to increase one's endorphin levels. This helps me stay motivated on my work to perform at maximum efficiency.
I have been attending Hosanna Fellowship since January 2017. The image you see about is the community group I attend. After officaily joining Hosanna they put me on the worship team as a musicain.
When I moved to Johnson City The Well was there to feed me spiritualy and help me get involved with other college students. The picture above is a hiking trip I went on with a small group I attended spring of 2016.
Spring break 2017 I was fortunate enough to join The Well Ministry team in helping Samaritan's Purse in Louisiana. Samaritan's Purse is an amazing ministry to work with and I can't wait to do another mission trip with them.
and together we can do something great.
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