“I’m most afraid about being so packed with responsibility that I forget who I am. I’m afraid of doing so much for God that I forget to spend time with God. I fear of becoming apathetic towards my personal and spiritual growth.
It’s honestly one of the most nerve racking tasks I’ve ever taken on. Knowing that I represent an entire student body—leaders of our churches and communities—strikes fear into my bones. But at the same time, I feel so loved and supported not only by those at Southern, but also by God Himself. Seeing so many people get excited about a vision that God gave me a year ago is one of the most humbling things I’ve ever experienced.
This year, my hope is to celebrate and motivate the talents, aspirations, and passions of every student at Southern Adventist University—in order that they may edify the larger body of Christ. Our Student Association is giving our students opportunities to become better world-changers, truth-seekers, and kingdom-builders. Through entrepreneurial incubators, talk shows, night markets, and social gatherings, we plan to help our students grow into the men and women God intended them to be. Before I leave Southern, I pray that at least one student would come to know not only themselves better, but also the God that created them to be better.”
📸: Joshua Supit