After I got saved at the age of eleven, I began to read the Bible and grow. However, I had a wrong view of what living for God looked like. I thought that it simply meant staying away from sin. I thought the Christian life was nothing more than not doing the bad things. Fortunately, my pastor at the time helped me to understand this wrong attitude. He showed me that living for God is far more than avoiding the bad. It is a lot more about loving Jesus and serving him. He showed me how to memorize the Bible and read it on a consistent basis. He encouraged me to witness. At the same time, I began to read biographies of some of the great men of God in the past and learning about their stories encouraged me to live for God. I was beginning to realize that this life was not about me and I wanted to serve Jesus. I wanted to spend all my time serving Him but I didn’t know how, when, or where to do that. Then I heard about the Training Center from my older brother Kanon. I went to the 2014 OG Summit and there I felt God’s call on my life to be a missionary! Second Corinthians 5:15 says, “And that he died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again.” This verse from 2 Corinthians worked in my heart and made me realize that my life should be lived for Jesus and not for myself!