pinky promise

Pinky Promise campus ministry offers prayer for students, faculty and staff at the Russell Union. 

STATESBORO — The Pinky Promise campus ministry at Georgia Southern is looking to build their sisterhood through bible studies and prayer. 

Alexis Wicker is the president of Pinky Promise and has had a vision for the ministry since the start. As an organization and as individuals, Pinky Promise members aim to reflect God in their daily lives.

Wicker enjoys being able to serve and minister to her classmates on campus. One way that the club serves the community is through prayer. 

“I hear so many testimonies about how people are blessed by it and changed by it,” Wicker said. “I was changed by it.”

With about 20 current members, Pinky Promise has weekly bible studies and a GroupMe to participate in. The club is primarily for women but welcomes all students to the bible studies and events.

There are always opportunities to serve through Pinky Promise, according to Wicker. A prayer movement will be hosted by Pinky Promise and other campus ministries on Wednesday, Nov. 20 to cover the campus in prayer from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The next and final bible study of the semester will be Thursday, Nov. 21 in Russell Union room 2044 at 6 p.m.

Sarah Smith, The George-Anne Managing News Editor, gaeditor@georgiasouthern.edu

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