WILLS POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA) – Discussing the effects of poverty, neglect or abuse on children who find their futures, identity and purpose lost, and the hope, love and acceptance programs like the Bridge of Hope center brings.
“Who am I? What is my purpose?” There are times I find myself asking these questions. However, unlike many in my generation, I can answer both.
Who am I? A son of God.
What is my purpose? To serve Him.
Identity and purpose are two subjects heavily discussed and debated among members of my generation. I am a Gen Z, or Generation Z, the youngest and most technologically saturated of the current generations. For many of my peers, their lives and identity are defined by what social media dictates. Others exhibit extreme malleability in their identity, morphing into whatever their whims suit them. My generation is fixated with establishing—or simply finding—their identity amongst the ruckus and clamor of this world.
Identity can lead to purpose and purpose to direction in life. For many, however, their future is clouded and uncertain, their identity in crisis.
Fountains of Joy
It’s easy for my generation here in the West to pursue whatever identity and purpose they want. But for many children in Asia, their futures were dictated to them before they were born…
Learn more about how to sponsor and help children trapped in generational abject poverty who need a Bridge of Hope.
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