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Taylor Christopher Professor Hogelucht SP13 BUS313 SEC1 January 22, 2013 “Push Susie, Push!” ordered Dr. Spain. As she followed the doctor’s orders, a brand new baby was being born to Tom and Susie Christopher, about to make his entrance into the world. God had knit this infant together in her womb and on June 30, 1991, Taylor Aaron Christopher was beginning his journey in fulfilling God’s purpose for his life. His mission will consist of serving the Lord through youth ministry and accounting while living in a way daily that would be pleasing to God. His vision in how he will approach this mission will be to graduate high school from Garfield Palouse and graduate college with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Point Loma Nazarene University. As a firm believer in God’s Word, he will value faith, hope, and love as those values are what the Bible considers the three most important. Before Taylor breathes his last breath, his goals will be to graduate from college, serve in his home church, The Rock, no less than two days a week, and raise a family. Taylor’s primary mission in life is to glorify God in every aspect. Accomplishing this mission involves leading youth ministry, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Point Loma Nazarene University, and marrying a gorgeous Christian wife, along with raising a family.
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  • Fall '13
  • Hogelucht
  • The Land, San Diego, Church of the Nazarene, Point Loma Nazarene University, Loma Nazarene University

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