Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists

Profession Projection

Students from Adventist schools around the Columbia Union have already put some thought into what careers they might pursue, and how they will use those jobs to be Christ’s disciples:

Jordan1One job that I plan on having is being a physical therapist and be an example of someone who is close to Christ but isn’t a pastor.—Jordan Colbert, senior at Allegheny East Conference’s Pine Forge Academy in Pine Forge, Pa.




Samuel SeedersI would like to be a musician and reach people for Jesus through gospel music. I like to sing and I like to play the piano.—Samuel Seeders, sixth-grader at Mountain View Conference’s Mountaintop Seventh-day Adventist School in Oakland, Md.




Graciela Gonzales[As a nurse], I would share the love of Jesus with others by the way I live, work and speak with the patients and their families and my co-workers.—Gracielia Gonzales, freshman at New Jersey Conference’s Lake Nelson Seventh-day Adventist School in Piscataway




Erica Lopez-MontanoI would like to be a vet so I can help people with their animals, so they can see how beautiful nature can be.—Erica Lopez-Montano, third-grader at Potomac Conference’s C.F. Richards Junior Academy in Staunton, Va.




OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThough I haven’t yet made a career choice, I’m considering going into the field of science or medicine. I want to be an instrument in God’s hands to relieve suffering and bless others.—Brenda Keppke, junior at Ohio Conference’s Spring Valley Academy in Centerville




Lauren GantmanOne of the things I want to do when I grow up is to be a writer. I could write books about Jesus ‘cause I read a lot of books like that and I think they are pretty cool.—Lauren Gantman, seventh-grader at Chesapeake Conference’s Atholton Adventist Academy in Columbia, Md.




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