Marietta, GA – While Bryan is away, today’s article is written by a special contributor, Kasey Eister.

Some of you may have noticed that lately the articles have been a mix of mine and Bryan Wilson’s. I plan to continue writing more articles, and so that you get to know a bit about me, I’d like to share some things about myself.

 

I grew up in a military family, traveling around the world. This has instilled both a strong sense of patriotism and an urge to travel that has remained constant as I’ve grown. When it came to choosing a major in college, I selected criminal justice as my area of study. While I did not want to join the military, I still wanted to help out in a way that served our country. For me, majoring in criminal justice was a path that could lead me to help out in the judicial circuits and ultimately the communities around me. Starting in 2016, I put a lot of time and effort into my degree program, learning and thinking about ways I could help change the judicial system for the better. This past December, I graduated with a B.S. in Criminal Justice that I hope to do great things with.

 

Due to COVID-19, I have been unable to find a full-time job but still hope and pray that I will be led to work where I can do the most good.

 

As stated before, another passion of mine is travel. While that is also currently not accessible, I plan to try and see more of God’s beautiful creation whenever international flight restrictions are lifted.

As my friend Bryan Wilson would say, it is all about perspective. This year has been one of struggle for many people, but by helping others whenever possible and utilizing a positive perspective, we will come out the other end better for it all.