My Life Of The Middle School Era Essay

983 Words Sep 8th, 2016 4 Pages
If I could have planned my life coming out of the womb, I would have. God has gifted me with the ability to plan and organize, unfortunately I get carried away with myself sometimes (a lot of the time.)
The middle school era in a person’s life is when you first start to hear the phrase “what do you want to do with the rest of your life?” I don’t think anyone expects a middle schooler to answer that question with one hundred percent clarity, and even if they do it’s assumed that they will change their mind by the time they graduate from high school. I was one that thought I knew exactly what I wanted from life, I wanted to be a crisis counselor. That was it. I felt “certain” that what God was calling me to.
In my freshman year of high school I heard about a small university in Wisconsin called Northland International University, representatives came to a church event that we were holding. I talked with the student life coordinator, and several students. Everything that I heard from people involved sounded just like the type of thing that I was looking for. It was small, a Christian university, and had crisis counseling as an offered major. I knew that I heard the voice of God telling me this is exactly where I needed to be. So in my freshman year I made a decision: I would be a Northland International University student.
As I went through my years of high school I involved myself in the campus life at Northland as much as I could. They would often hold church events that…

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