What do you have planned for the future?

As a young adult, you may be attempting to put together what everyone is telling you and figure out how it’s supposed to lead you to the life you want to live. If you’re the type of person that is open to what they want to do and really aren’t sure yet it’s okay. If you’re the person that knows exactly the path you’re going to take to ultimately lead you to be successful then fantastic.

To those of you that already know exactly what you’re going to do ask yourself these next few questions. With God in mind, where did you learn the skills and the necessary path in order to build that successful? How can you build on it more and more? How can you find more people and ways to learn and grow? How can you use pest control to rid your relationships of toxic people?

When you’re not sure what you’re going to do you have many options. Many people will tell you to follow your passion. I say follow Jesus and he will lead you to your passion. Ask yourself if your passion is actually profitable or does it cost more many than it can make you. Both of these situations are fine and you can grow either one.
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Listen to Courtney Hammersmith from Vineyard, a student in one of Boise’s high schools:

“I will graduate next year and during the past 2 years, I have started taking more and more leadership roles in my local chapter. I go where God leads me and I’m passionate about art, especially religious art. My church has always been very supportive and I’m now planning to participate in local art exhibitions.

We work together with other teenagers from my neighborhood and have created a local bible study group destined to unlock the potential that each of us has inside.

Once I finish high school, I’m planning to join a prestigious university in the south to study in more detail the Bible and the word of God. I’m currently applying for a scholarship. Later on, I would definitely want to be a minister to pass on the knowledge I’m currently getting and to inspire more fellow Christians to take the same path.

It has been a fantastic journey so far, and I hope and believe that many more amazing things are coming. My parents have been very supportive and like the fact that I’m committing myself to self-improvement and helping others.

What is better than doing God’s work every day honestly? I feel blessed and full of energy every single day that God makes.”

Redpoint Magazine is all about telling ministry stories and giving teens a voice.

Empowering the youth and give them a chance to express themselves is the main goal. We all want to know how they found God and how they live as Christians every day.

Discover more inside about the stories of Nathan, Rasheena, Bill and Chloe. Their diverse background, their different ethnicities, and beliefs all come together when it comes to religion.

All Vineyard programs are represented, from Boise to Anaheim, you will get a complete overview of their involvement and their daily life as youth ministers.

Youth groups did a lot for them and they are all grateful to have been part of such an exciting community. Let them tell you about their final project and what they accomplished throughout their journey.

Exciting get-togethers and trips have forged a strong community, united by a common spirit of faith and eager to do the work of God.

Jesus Culture events and informal meetings spice up their daily life and help improve their lives and lives of their loved ones.