Personal Narrative: My Experience At Biola University

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Tt the age of 7, I moved from Korea to China as a missionary kid. With God’s grace and guidance, I came to the United States to pursue my higher education at Biola University. Thankfully, God gave me three special “gifts” – multicultural skills, a passionate heart, and a positive attitude. First of all, God has taught me how to “guard the good deposit that was entrusted to me” (2 Timothy 1:14). Growing up as a missionary kid, I was able to experience many different cultures. In order to survive in these different cultures, God has led me to learn three different languages, including Korean, Chinese, and English. With a thankful heart towards God, I will further sharpen my language skills and my multi-cultural skills in order to become the light of the world. Secondly, God gave me a passionate heart. I always tries my best no matter what I do because God says, “whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men“ (Colossians 3:23). Thirdly, God gave me a positive attitude toward other people and in any situation because I trust that “in all things God works for the good of those who love Him and who have been called according to His purpose” (Romans…show more content…
God started opening my spiritual eyes, ears, and heart little by little; the Holy Spirit has started working in me to have passionate heart toward unbelievers all over the world. My life-goal is to use business as a pathway to bring God’s love and healing to people all over the world. Whenever I want to give up, my life-goal helped me have true passion towards the accounting. I pray that God empowers me to become an accountant with love, honesty, and excellence. Also, I hope that I can utilize my professional accounting skills to encourage, love, and sponsor those without hope (e.g., poor students, sick patients, homeless orphanages, and lonely

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