My hope for the next generation of SAGU students is to know this–Wherever you’re planted, that’s where you’re called. Waxahachie isn’t just a waystation or a training ground. It’s not about being sent out. There’s people right here in Waxahachie that need Jesus. There are so many needs. There are so many churches that need help. Don’t waste your talent, be a part of this community.
After publishing a Next Gen Spotlight introducing Mika Mitchell, a local freelance videographer, we found ourselves curious. What is it like to be a next generation professional? Mika is a talented videographer with a lot of heart, but she is also kind and humble. She’s the kind of person who encourages her peers, rather than competing with them. When I asked if I could visit her at work, she was incredible accomodating. She walked me through her editing process and gave me a tour of her coworking space. We captured photos and video footage of her office. Mika described her latest adventure– traveling to New York for an engagement photo shoot. It was great to be around someone who is passionate about work, active in her talents, and always humble when she succeeds.