Throughout the past four years, Christ has challenged me in many ways to become a minister. He has shown me what He truly requires of me; to “do justly, to love mercy, and walk humbly with [my] God” (Micah 6:8). Through my ministry and what I learned while working on a Bachelor’s in Religious Studies Pre-Professional Track along with a Minor in Interfaith Chaplaincy from Burman University, I hope to shed light on God’s great works and love to all who I encounter. To not only support His people spiritually, but also physically, mentally, and emotionally and meet their needs. I am ready and willing to be used as an instrument in His hands and allow the great potter to mold me into His vessel.