After living most of my life seeking self-glorification attempting to climb the social ladder and attaining financial success, my life started to feel meaningless and purposeless until I became a Christian 5 years ago. Over the years, my perspective on life gradually changed.
I thirsted for something more. I found my purpose when I started using my musical abilities to glorify God and serve those in need.
As I grew in my spiritual walk—I became eager to serve others. It started simply by offering a hand or lending an ear to someone who needed to be heard. It led to serving in different capacities at Vineyard—compassion events, the worship team, leading the crossroads worship team as well as being involved in the sound desk ministry and participating in outreach events. The desire to serve God took over my soul and became my priority. It became evident to me that I needed to be trained in the areas of ministry I was involved with. I wanted to commit myself in becoming the best servant leader I can be so I could help others but most of all—if I wanted to grow into the fullness of my destiny I needed to set apart a dedicated time for God and learn Scripture and what worship means to Him.
God bless you,