During the ceremony, Joey Vaughn, a Jacksonville attorney who was active in his oldest son’s scouting, expressed pride in Joseph and cited the Boy Scout motto, “Be Prepared,” in telling those attending the ceremony to be prepared for eternity as well as for life.
Less than 24 hours after becoming an Eagle Scout, Joseph Vaughn, a graduate of Harvest Community School, shared a testimony during the morning service at First Baptist Church as one of two high seniors chosen to speak on Senior Day. He said he told the congregation he noticed Christians often complimented each other more than God.
“We need to get the focus back on Christ,” the younger Vaughn said. “If we focus on Him, we will live for Him and our priorities will fall into place.”
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