Arvada Center Blog

It’s Never Too Late to Grow

Posted by Nick Bade on November 20th 2018 to Center News

 

Buddy the elf comes to the Arvada Center, bringing to life one of the most cherished holiday films and modern classics of this century! The joyous and heartwarming tale of Buddy the elf and his journey to New York City in search of his real father, leaves us laughing and singing along because of his unfailing Christmas cheer. His story reminds us of the magic of Christmas and the power of family.

Though we laugh at this comedic story of a silly elf who is trying to find his way in this big world, perhaps we all can find that we relate to Buddy’s story. We are all on a journey toward finding out who we are and where we belong. Maybe sometimes it feels like it’s too late to change; it’s too late to grow. We question if it’s really worth it at all. But as we see with Buddy and his sincere passion, we learn that it is possible. We can grow. We can learn. There is still time to become the best versions of ourselves, we just have to be brave enough to take the journey. As the song goes, “Maybe the point of the story is that it’s never too late to grow”.

Maybe you feel like you’re stuck in a career that doesn’t fit or you don’t have what it takes to pursue your dreams. Christmas teaches us to believe in good things and to have hope in the future. So, believe in yourself and that it is possible for you to make your dreams a reality, and have hope that you can change your future.

Colorado Christian University’s College of Adult & Graduate Studies wants to help you step into your calling and show you that it’s never too late to grow. With flexible online degree programs that are designed for adults, it is possible to complete an Associate, Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree quickly and affordably. A better future is waiting for you on the other side of graduation. Will you take the journey?

Learn more about Colorado Christian University at https://www.ccu.edu/. This post was created as part of a paid partnership between Colorado Christian University and the Arvada Center.

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