Lebanon Native's Musical Interview Leads to Gap Year Adventure
When Kasey Pot, a sophomore at Cedarville University from Lebanon, OH, found herself singing a capella and reading a children's book in an impromptu interview, she knew the job would be unusual. She just didn't expect to trade her college dorm room for a tour bus. As a worship major, Pot had musical ambitions walking into her freshman year. But when she didn't make Cedarville's HeartSong Ministries as a potential vocalist, her hopes were met with disappointment.
Instead, Pot was selected for the all-girl band Rekindle, a part of the department of music and worship. When her team led worship in Cedarville's daily chapel service, Pot caught the attention of that day's speaker, Dannah Gresh, founder of Pure Freedom Ministries and True Girl. Gresh offered Pot a chance to work with True Girl, touring North America for 9 months and sharing about having faith in Jesus Christ with moms and their 7- to 12-year-old daughters.To view these students click here: https://cedarville.meritpages.com/achievements/Lebanon-Native-s-Musical-Interview-Leads-to-Gap-Year-Adventure/127436