Five Stories from Albert Baker Fund Students: Passing the Blessings Forward.

RUNNING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

Nathanael Litwiller
Business Major and NCAA* Ranked Runner
Sacramento, CA

“I love to run. For me it’s a special time to feel God’s comfort, to be grateful, to pray. Some people ask me how I can handle the daily discipline and commitment it takes to train for my events. If you’re doing something for the right reason, it’s not hard…”

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RIGHT WHERE HE NEEDS TO BE

Matt Clark
MBA Student and New Ventures Editor
The Christian Science Monitor
Boston, Massachusetts

“If you look at the pace at which things unfolded for me to enroll in the #1 MBA program for entrepreneurship and innovation, and apply what I’m learning everyday while working full-time at The Christian Science Monitor, it could only have been through God’s direction…”

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TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE CLASSROOM

Rebecca Kaufmann Aldinger
Graduate Student and Instructor
San Francisco State University

“English teachers have so much potential to impact the way people think and the way people make sense of the world. I love working with college students because they’re going through an exciting transition. It’s exhilarating to help someone learn how to be a successful college student, how to be a good reader, how to think critically. I’m never bored!”

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TRUSTING EACH STEP OF THE WAY

Stephen Calkinskeyes
Chemistry Major
Elsah, Illinois

“If you had told me that I could lose my business, sell my home, pay off my debts, and yet be able to go back to school for three years, with my wife and five kids, to start and finish a chemistry degree, I would never have thought it possible. And yet it is!”

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Manny Pena A DESIRE TO LEARN ABOUT TRUE HEALING

Manny Pena
Christian Science Nurse
Los Angeles, California

“I had been sitting on the sidelines with Christian Science for many years. Then one day I found myself embroiled in a conflict with the hospital where I worked as an emergency room nurse. I thought, maybe it’s time to look into this Science…”

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