Acts 1:8 Ministry Announces Scholarship Opportunity

Acts 1:8 Ministry launches scholarship to lend a helping hand to students who share a passion for spreading kindness throughout their community so that they can attain their educational goals.

August 24, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Acts 1:8 Ministry announces a $500 scholarship opportunity to any high school student who will be graduating in this calendar year and has been accepted to a college, trade school, or design school. Students who are currently enrolled in either a college, trade school or design school are also invited to apply for this scholarship. All applicants must believe in the mission of spreading kindness in their communities.

As Acts 1:8 Ministry states, “We believe in empowering young individuals to spread kindness throughout their community and acknowledge that higher education can play a pivotal role in helping shape their foundation and dedication to community service.”

Acts 1:8 Ministry is a Christian organization whose mission is to spread kindness throughout the world by evangelizing and performing good works. Their relationship statement states, “Do unto to others as you would have done unto you.” (Luke 6:31). They demonstrate this commitment to spreading kindness globally by working on projects such as drilling water wells and building towers to provide clean water to hundreds of thousands of African citizens. They are also active in the United States and give help to any Christian organization who is looking for ways to reach out with kindness to humanity.

To apply for this scholarship, all applicants should complete the form located on the Acts 1:8 Ministry scholarship website.

As part of the scholarship process all applicants will be asked to write a 500-word essay on the following question, “How have you helped spread kindness in your community and how has it made you think differently about yourself, others, and the world around us?”. The deadline for scholarship application submissions is October 31, 2019. The Acts 1:8 Ministry Scholarship Committee will then review all of the scholarship applications and select a winner during November 2019.

For more information, please visit: https://www.acts18ministryscholarship.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeff Van Beaver
Email: Send Email
Organization: Acts 1:8 Ministry
Address: Green Bay, WI, United States
Phone: 920-494-2289
Website: https://www.acts18.org/

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