When Nate Young walked into the Baptist Campus Ministries building April 9 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the University of Alabama’s BCM, memories of his first impression of the building came to mind.
Young first entered the building in the fall of 1993. The number of students at the welcome back to school event drove him back to his dorm.
Away from his home state as well as his family and friends, Young was homesick. The freshman had been voted most bashful by his high school classmates. Within a couple of days of his first visit to BCM, he met two young men at his dorm’s dining hall who invited him back to the BCM.
Continue reading here.
This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.