If you could try a job for one day, what would you try?
"I'd go help the kids that are on the street."
San Pedro, California
What have you learned recently?
"I have learned to mind my own business. It saves you the headache and sometimes it's the best thing."
What's one of the strangest things you've ever done?
"I can't say it on camera. Just kidding. Well, approximately four weeks ago, I had to perform CPR on a dying man."
San Pedro, California
What did you lose?
"I lost my athletic drive. In high school, all I really wanted to do was play college basketball and I slowly came to realize that it was going to be harder than I realized and that it wasn't going to happen. I kind of put it out of my mind and focused on things that were more likely and that I could do. I lost my athletic orientation in life."
London, England, United Kingdom
Can money buy happiness?
"No. I don't think happiness comes through things. It's more of experiences and the people that you're with and the places you go, as opposed to what you're spending money on."
Are you a good person?
"That's a hard question because there are things that I know that are bad and there are things that I know are outstanding. I don't think that I can define myself as good because to God nobody is good. God is the only good that there is, honestly. By human terms, I'd say I'm pretty good."
If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
"I think, and this might seem kind of unfair, but I would probably change when Abraham disobeyed and had Ishmael. Yeah, I think if I could change anything, that would be it because it could solve a lot of the different conflicts. But then there would be a whole people group that wouldn't exist because of that so... That's a hard question. I guess that would be my answer, though."
What gives you hope?
"To wake up every morning that, at the end of the day, God still sits on the throne and we win. That's what gives me hope."
What changed your life?
"There's multiple things that changed my life. If I had to say one... most recently, my teachers. Actually, one of my teachers at Azusa Pacific University and just being able to talk to them and being able to change my mind about my career path. I'd also say the people close to me."
What's on your mind?
"It's not as simple as you think. In general, what's been on my mind is, 'What are we doing next?' because it's always a surprise and 'What's going on back home?' because my parents don't answer their phones."
You have an hour to live, what do you do?
"I think that I would try to get in touch with the people I care about the most, spend time with them, and tell them how much I care about them."