This year was year two that I got to spend with Greek Intervarsity. I was born Christian and went to a Catholic school my whole life until college. Faith was always pushed on me, but never chosen myself. When I got to college, I never pushed myself to find a relationship with God. Throughout the last two years I have spent time with wonderful people that push me to the limit to work towards bettering my community, myself, and my relationship with my faith. With their help I have full focus on where my life is taking me and using my religion to help guide me in an prosperous and ethical way.
Greek Intervarsity, or known as Greek IV is nation-wide organization that pushes fraternity and sorority ministry. My first time meeting with Greek IV, I went through weekly sessions called disciplship where I learned the basics and importance of having your Christian faith in your life. I felt like I had learned a ton and was convinced that I would lead a fraternity bible study for my chapter. Every week more and more brothers came to my bible study. I was awesome being able to be that leader to introduce the Holy Trinity to my brothers that may or may not have had the best relationship with God.
Every week with Greek IV, I would learn something new and do my best to improve upon my own spiritual relationships and work on myself as a person. I got to travel to Indianapolis, once again to attend Greek Conference. While in attendance I learned more of what it will be like transferring my faith in college to a professional career. Although I plan on teaching where I will not openly use my religion directly in my classroom, I plan on using my morality and judgement to impact students to be the best people they can be. This organization made such a huge positive impact on my life and I cannot wait to continue to share my experiences with others! A huge shout out to my fraternity brothers for pushing me to do what I love. A huge thank you to Emmy, Steve, Holli, and everyone in Greek IV for helping me grow. An even bigger thank you to my Mom, Grandmother, Sister, and my roommate, Cameron, for inspiring me big time with my faith.