Bri Hogan isn’t “kind of” a Christian, like several of the students we work with. Many of them struggle with living out their faith, or with connecting their belief with their actions. Not Bri. She takes her faithfulness seriously and wants to become more Christ-like every day.
Bri and I first connected at the beginning of her freshman year at Pitt, when I showed up to introduce myself to the gymnastics team. It was during our first one-on-one meeting that I realized she was a solid Christian and really wanted to get plugged in and grow. I also realized that she would make a great leader, even though she was only a freshman.
Click here to read CCO staff person Kelly Cooke’s account about how God is transforming Bri to transform the world.