When I was a freshman at Indiana University, I was completely against the idea of joining a sorority.
It just wasn't for me.
In fact, I was the only girl on my entire dorm floor that didn't go through recruitment in January.
When girls would come back celebrating, or crying, when they received (or didn't receive) a bid to the house they hoped to get in, I remember rolling my eyes and thinking how wacky this whole thing was.
I believed every stereotype about sororities and wanted nothing to do with it.
When my sophomore year rolled around, my heart had changed and I decided to give it a shot.
I joined AOII (Alpha Omicron Pi) and ended up being so blessed by the experience. Contrary to popular belief, my experience actually strengthened my faith and my boldness when it comes to sharing my faith although it was by no means a Christian sorority.
If you'd like to learn more about my experience, how I stayed true to my values while still having a social life, and how you can be a light instead of having your light put out on a college campus or in Greek life, I put all sorts of tips and wisdom I learned during my three years in AOII in the video below.
If you need some more resources or hope to lead a small group or Bible study in your sorority, check out the resources below!
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