My high school graduation was… let's just say many MANY years ago. The person I am today is very different than who I was on the day I graduated. The only reason I am who I am today is because of the things I have experienced and the people who have loved me and guided me through this time in my life. As such I believe that it is of the utmost importance to help young people who are at the beginning of this journey. They have just graduated high school and stand at the beginning of their road to success and we as adults have the responsibility to love and support them through their journey.
This week’s blog is dedicated to all of the young people who will be graduating high school soon, or who have graduated in the past few years. This is a love letter to you that I hope will help guide you down the road.
Graduating high school is a great accomplishment and will be the first of many moments that you will always look back with pride. The list below is a few things that I wish someone would have told me about life when I graduated from high school. I also asked some of my closest friends, family, and all the followers of My Christian Walk on Facebook and Instagram to pitch in with some advice. Together we hope that this advice will help lead you towards the bright future God has designed for you personally.
There is no one right answer when it comes to your future
Many young people today believe that God has one dedicated plan for their lives and if they take a wron