Number four on the list is the community at Gordon. The term community has taken on a whole new meaning for me since I've been here. At it's broadest, Gordon's community is still relatively small and tight-knit; we're all here on a foundation of faith in Jesus Christ and though many of us fill multiple roles, we're all primarily students or educators. I've been blessed to be in community with some great people, through the Elijah Project, in my dorm my first two years, through involvement with different jobs and clubs, and now in a small little group of girls who live in Bromley 310. Those that I've fellowshipped with, laughed with, cried with, prayed with, have all contributed to an overwhelmingly positive experience for me at this school. I remember visiting during my senior year, and running into Gillies to get a drink before heading to the airport when the cashier wouldn't take our meal vouchers, and the student behind us instead paid for our drinks. That was just a glimpse at how humble, helpful, and friendly the members of this community can be.
And here's another glimpse at the Gordon community as they bustle to and from classes: