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Child of God Stereotypes Redefined

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Angel

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I have fought against stereotypes in my family, church, and school. Inspired by art, I was able to touch many people's hearts into understanding that we can be different, we can succeed as an art lover, son of God and a student. I created prayer flags when my uncle died and placed them outside my house for everyone to see, reflecting peace to all. I believe that I can be all three a Christian, a student and an artist. People need to break with stereotypes and accept people how they are. I believe that as a Christian God wants us to succeed and as an artist that I can project what I feel without tags of I should do this or that or that is not correct and that is. As a student I want to show my other interests and do not be afraid of saying I am an artist, or I am a Christian.

Danna

Mansfield, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Smile to any stranger when walking, pray for anyone, anywhere, open doors, give hugs when I can
Why are you participating?: 

God is love, Jesus is love, it doesn't matter who we are, what we have done, what we like, what sexuality we prefer, God just wants to walk with us.

Sadie

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I aim to take my talents and strengths and use them to make the world a better place for others, not to glorify myself. Day to day, I listen to and watch out for other people, and I do my best to help them with what they need. I can be a light in a dark world-- everyone can. No matter what, I believe we can always love, listen, and be kind.
Why are you participating?: 

I'm involved in a theatre piece based on this project, and I hope it and all of this will put some more good out into the world!

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