A Letter to Those Struggling
We received a note from a former graduate and wanted to share it with you. This is so powerful, and we encourage you to read it!
“To the meth addict who’s walking down the street covered in sores from head to toe…I don’t know how you ended up in this predicament; it could’ve been childhood trauma, it could’ve been mental, physical or sexual abuse. It could’ve been the overprescribing of ADHD medication to a person who’s already predisposed to become an addict. It could be the end result of an opiate addiction caused by your beloved doctor, that ended up in heroin addiction, and then transitioned into a vicious meth addiction. It could’ve been a lot of things. But I do know this, you’re worth more than how you’re living. You’re worth more than prostitution. You’re worth more than drug dealing. You’re worth more than abuse. You’re worth more than a life of crime. You’re worth so much more. You’re a soul, and a soul is worth saving. I don’t claim to save lives or save souls; I’m just one of the lights that draws you into the power that saves. The end result for everything I do is to help get people to God. Nothing more, nothing less. I once was lost, but now I’m found, and I’ll never stop loving people until this country is on the winning side of this chemical warfare. I have a purpose, and I intend on using it until the day they put me in the ground. Go help someone today, there’s a lot of people who need it.”