We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.

Gabriella Lee | Pastor & Church Planter

I want to be remembered as one who truly loved others! The word love is easily tossed around these days and it has lost its meaning. There are many times of Love. But Agape love is the strongest of them all! Agape in the Greek means Love! it means a general empathy or lovingkindness for all people. Read more>>

Jennifer Faulk | Family, Kid & Senior Photographer

I want to leave behind art that’s made an impact. I hope my children will feel my love for them when they look back on the photographs I take of our family. I want them to know that I notice their unique personalities and talents, and I treasure all the little moments with them as well as the big ones. Read more>>

Dr. Justin Gracieux | Founder / CEO

What do you want your legacy to be? We all want to be remembered for something and to be seen as someone who truly made a difference. Looking back in time, I remember during my senior year of college at Azusa Pacific University in 2013 I was working for a non-profit as a STEM Project Coordinator tutoring underserved children in Pasadena, California with their science projects alongside a team of scientists from Cal tech. Read more>>