God graciously opened my eyes to the Gospel during my sophomore year at Troy University, and I finally saw that I was a sinner in desperate need of a Savior. The deep longing I had felt for worth and value my whole life was satisfied by accepting Christ as my Lord and Savior. God used the ministry of Campus Outreach at Troy to deepen my understanding of God’s steadfast love and constant grace. The Campus Outreach Staff also helped develop me as a leader in my sorority, and through their encouragement and a lot of prayer, I began to feel called to full-time ministry. I now desire for my life to count for Christ, and I think the Apostle Paul puts it best when he says, “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain” (Phil 1:21).