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Green interns in Washington state

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Photo by Dewey Mullis | The Appalachian

Senior communication studies major Bryan Green will take on a heavy task on the other side of the country this summer, driving to Seattle, Wash. to intern with the church-planting organization Soma Communities.

“I am really excited to start as soon as possible,” Green said. “I am blessed to have the opportunity to teach the word of the Lord.”

At Appalachian State University, Green was involved in several different religious functions around campus, including Campus Crusade, and develop a passion for ministry.

Green will spend his time mentoring a group of teenagers, all while adapting to his surroundings.

As a communication studies major, Green said he believes his collegiate studies will help him as he pursues a spiritual career.

“I have a passion for Jesus and, as a communication studies major, my studies will have already given me practical experience,” Green said.

Green has always been approachable, according to the people who know him best.

“Bryan is a real people person, so I have no doubt that he will fit in wherever he goes,” senior art education major Amanda Walden said.

Story: WILL GREENE, Intern Lifestyles Reporter
Photo: DEWEY MULLIS, Intern Photographer

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