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To Change the World, Start Simple

Note: Today's Christian youth possess passion that might surprise you. Too often, though, they receive little opportunity to express their hearts' desires. This column is the first of two that come to us from high school-aged students. Their messages focus on ministry to children; their motivation comes from zeal to serve God. Enjoy!
(David Staal, Senior Editor)

Make a difference.

That's what I want to do, and I'm going to ask you to help me.

Making a difference is probably not exactly what most people expect that high school students want to do. Seems like we have a different reputation; we supposedly only like to make a mess, make a joke, make our parents crazy or, at best, make some money to blow on apps or stuff from Aero.

But that's just not true.

There's something in us that wants to make a difference. That's where my journey began. A journey that will include you, so keep reading.

I have always known that my parents believe in me, and I get a lot of confidence from that belief. How ...

April
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