Wednesday, September 29, 2010

My Plans or God's Plans?

While I do want to leave my future open for God to mold and control, I do have plans that I would love to see
fulfilled if He wants them to be fulfilled.

1.) I want to graduate high school this year (obviously) with all A's.
2.) I want to go to an amazing university that is the perfect fit for me and what I want to study.
3.) I want to publish my novel, Before You.
4.) I want to travel to Kenya, Africa again and reunite with old friends.
5.) I want to make new friends in new places, everywhere I go.
6.) I want to keep my old friends from where I live after I go to college.
7.) I want to discover what career God wants me to pursue that both makes me happy and glorifies Him.
8.) I want to have hope and joy, no matter what happens to me or to those I love.
9.) I want to leave a legacy in my high school... a good kind of legacy for Jesus.
10.) I want to share God's Word with as many people as I possibly can.
11.) I want to continue to grow in my relationship with Jesus and learn to be a shining light for Him through every action that I make and word that I speak.

What are your dreams for the next year?


  1. William S. HarrisonDecember 30, 2011 at 2:16 AM

    You bring joy to my heart, the words you have written gives me hope. You are like the morning dew on cool summer morning or the beautiful lit sky during an autumn sunset. Jesus said, "...If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you." I would be honored to serve in the capacity of your GOD Fearing, faithful, caring, loving husband. If you are to I am to be....., if it Is GOD's Will, then let it be so.

  2. Aloha,
    I've been reading your blog for a bit after I read your book on inkpop (which was fantastic). You have some really great posts! ANYWAYS I'm commenting on this particular one because you mention getting your book published and et cetera. I just thought I'd mention a great blog about getting published as a teen. It's authored by Stephanie Merrill and it's called GoTeenWriters (here's a link ).

    PS even though I kind of seem like a freakjob I'm not.

    check out myblog if you want to!