I became a Christian at Summer Beach Project '10 after my freshman year at Berry College. Up until this point, I thought Christianity was about doing the "right" thing and avoiding the "wrong" things, and I was consumed with self-righteousness in believing I could save myself. It was at SBP that the Lord used Ephesians 2:1-9 to open my eyes to my deadness in sin and the beauty of His grace in saving me through faith, not works.
After SBP, I came back to campus and was discipled by a staff wife, Noelle Dilbeck. This discipling relationship served to establish me in my faith, enable me to fight sin, and help me multiply my life out into other girls. Through discipleship and other leadership opportunities through Campus Outreach, the Lord opened my eyes to the plentiful harvest and gave me the desire to be a laborer on the college campus so that other girls may be equipped to walk with God and labor in His harvest field for a lifetime.