Being different is what makes people unique. Too much of it though, can make people stand out. 19-year-old Tina Dykstra does just that. She has decided to take a step back from college, to help others realize how much they are worth in God's eyes. Growing up in Orange City, Iowa (population about 6000) she always thought she was sheltered from drugs, theft, and divorce. That's when her life was shattered, the summer before 7th grade. Her younger sister was diagnosed with anorexia and was sent to a treatment center in Arizona for 3 months. Then in high school, Tina was harassed by a junior, causing her to quit band. Then her friends started to make bad decisions. One got pregnant. One started smoking. And so on.... "At first I thought Orange City was the perfect town to raise my own family someday. That changed when I realized a lot of the people are "fake Christians," Tina admitted. So in order to tell others about the need of what's going on around her, she has decided to write a book (coming out early 2013) about her testimony and how to live a Godlier lifestyle. Until then, Tina is busy helping others in Orange City and hopes after her book is done to travel and tell others about her experiences, both through speaking and original songs.