It’s All Greek To Me!

We are now on Day 3 of Greek Summit and I, (Kitty),  had to sneak away for a little time of introversion. Meanwhile, my husband is TOTALLY in HIS element with people everywhere all the time. We look at each other about once a week in bewilderment these days and wonder when it was that we switched personalities. :)

I thought I’d fill you in on a typical day here at Greek Summit so you’d get a glimpse of how to pray and how to praise God for the great things He’s already doing!

9:30-We begin the morning with a bit of praise and worship. Joel serves as our emcee for the day. We have an hour of teaching on “heart issues” helping students connect to our theme of “So Satisfied in Christ That…” (that they find joy in Christ, turn from the world, tell others, etc.)

10:30-Then we have an hour of quiet time, allowing the students to process and apply the truths they’ve been taught.

11:30-We come back together to have training workshops which so far have included “How to Spend Time with God” & “How to Share Your Testimony” Side note–I’d share with you the notes from these workshops because I facilitated them…BUT 15 seconds before I was to give my first talk, my computer screen went all blue and read “Hard Drive Dump in Process” I had a short hot-flash and then was again so happy for my Hurdle Man who came to the rescue (seeing as he’s our tech guy for the summer) since he had my notes on his phone!

12:30-Lunch break and time out on the beach. During the afternoons we have discipleship appointments with the students helping them to grow and process all they are learning. There are some killer games of beach volleyball and lots of girls cashed out in the sun.

5:00-Our evening activities range from Bible studies to Men’s & Women’s Times, Socials, Family Group Dinners and Nights of Reflection. We will have a Marian Jordan visiting us and speaking with the women this weekend while them men do a “Men’s Day at Sea”. Then next weekend we will do a big outreach.

Even last night as we had a Progressive Dinner with specific questions for each group of students, it was amazing to get to know them and hear that MANY of these students have become Christians in just the last year (3 shown above). It’s beautiful to see what God is doing in their hearts. Please pray for them! Please pray for us to have enough energy to keep up with THEM!

3 thoughts on “It’s All Greek To Me!”

  1. SOO excited for you guys! Sounds like an amazing way to spend a few weeks. Will be praying for you to have rest, refreshment and ENERGY! :)

  2. We loved having the schedule. As Momma would say, “Then I can picture you and what you are doing. It helps me not to miss you as much.”
    The pix were great helps as well.
    I love you, I love you, I love you,
    Momma Bear
    PS How is your computer now?

  3. Hi Kitty! Thanks for your comment! I’m glad I can get to “know” you through your blog before I actually meet you in person:) Ha!! I can’t wait to get down there! Love your site, by the way!

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