Every summer, Campus Outreach has an event called Summer Beach Project (SBP). SBP is an 8-week discipleship program where college students from schools like West Georgia move down to Panama City Beach, Florida, get a job, live in a hotel with other college students from other universities, and grow in their walk with God together.
These young men and women travel down to the beach expecting to learn more about God and grow in their understanding of the Bible. I like to say that SBP teaches college Christians the essentials they need to walk with God.
They learn more about God’s character, they are trained in how to study and apply the Bible, and they are trained how to share their faith with others. I went on my first SBP four years ago and I am still reaping the benefits from it today.
This past summer there were more than 350 students from more than seven universities in the Southeast. West Georgia had just over 50 students come to SBP – including a handful of students who are a part of the Southern Hills family!
The theme for this year’s SBP was “Glory.” We wanted all of the students on SBP to know that everything about our lives is for God and His glory.
The Lord did some miraculous work in the lives of many students. There were 20 students who came to know the Lord this summer, 11 of which were West Georgia students! Join us in praising God for the salvation of these 20 students!
On top of that, many other students grew in their walk with God and are returning to the college campus to now make an impact in other students’ lives. At Campus Outreach, we are committed to multiplying Christ-like leaders. And SBP is one of the ways that we attempt to make disciples who make disciples! Thank you for supporting Campus Outreach and helping us make a Kingdom difference on the West Georgia campus.