Monday, June 9, 2014

Greek Summit: Photo Recap

Hey friends! John and I are home from Greek Summit after an amazing 3 weeks of getting a front row seat to God changing hearts and lives! We got home May 28th and have had a busy couple of weeks catching up on chores at home, vacationing with the O'Neal family at Seabrook Island, and leading Greek Impact Summer Bible Study. I finally found the time to upload our pictures, so here is a photo recap of Greek Summit 2014! I hope you enjoy! I'll be sharing some more specific stories of lives that were changed in a later post. 

Playing a fun game of water balloon toss!
Wheelbarrow races!

Human Pyramid Contest!

Students hanging out on the beach!

During one of our "Women's Times" we had a panel of men answer questions about love, marriage, sex, and dating. It was awesome!
Girls spending time in the Bible and journaling in between sessions. 

Kelsey's small group! Lauren (Auburn) Collie (UGA) Ashton (UF) and Haley (Ole Miss). Not pictured- Caroline (Bama)

John's small group guys: Carter (Bama) Taylor (Bama) Josh (UF) Smith (UF)

Kelsey had the opportunity to teach the students how to live intentionally for Christ within their sorority and fraternity.

One of the best parts of GS was being reunited with the Hurdle family (on the left). The Hurdles started Greek Impact at USC about 7 years ago and recently moved to work with Cru at Ole Miss. Now John and I, Shelley and Braxton (right) are working full time with Greek Impact at USC.
Students worshipping.

Girls on the beach

The guys did some serious bonding while deep sea fishing!

Out for the night in Baytowne

The guys out in Baytowne.
Baytowne adventures with some students from University of Florida.
The volleyball competitions were always intense!

The last night of Greek Summit we have a Banquet where we celebrate all that God did and commission the student's to go out as missionaries to their sororities and fraternities.

Kelsey and two Alpha Chi's from USC, Meredith and Emily

John and Robbie, a rising Junior Sigma Chi at USC

And last but not least... the whole crew!