• Logan & Jessica Martin

    LEAD Team Leader

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    Logan’s first introduction to CO came through Charleston’s region. He was invited to a summer Leadership Project by high school friends attending school at College of Charleston. After he returned to Clemson his sophomore year, Greenville Campus Outreach launched to Clemson University, and Logan was eagerly one of the first students involved. He is now working at his Alma Mater with his wife Jessica, whom he met on his first summer project, and thoroughly enjoys working with the Spikeball Club and meeting International Students.

  • Lainey Merriwether

    LEAD Staff

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    Lainey grew up in a Christian home and came to know the Lord personally in middle school. However, it wasn’t until she went to Clemson University in 2018 that she learned what it looked like to truly follow Jesus. Lainey attended a summer project in 2019, where she learned to share the gospel and grew a heart for watching the Lord pursue the people around her. After that summer, she continued to be heavily involved in Campus Outreach until her graduation in 2022. Now she is excited to continue living out the Great Commission and watching God work in the lives of the people in Lima, Peru!

  • Matthew Bartlett

    LEAD Staff

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    Matthew is from Charleston, South Carolina, and graduated from Clemson University in 2022. He came to know the Lord his sophomore year of high school through some mentors who were a part of Campus Outreach in college. This was his first exposure to the ministry, and in seeing their faith desired to be a part of it at Clemson as well. At Clemson, he had the opportunity to serve the Lord through Campus Outreach and other ministries. During this time, Matthew fell in love with the idea of serving the nations and sharing the Gospel with people from other cultures. He is very excited to be serving for two years in Lima, Peru.

  • Lacey Scott

    Campus Staff

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    I grew up occasionally going to church but didn’t understand what a personal relationship with the Lord looked like. In high school I was invited to church and saw people who had a vibrant relationship with the Lord and realized I wanted that too. I gave my life to Christ shortly after. I went to Clemson University where I met a staff woman named Malory Sanders and got involved in a small group. It was during my time in college that I learned what it looked like to walk with the Lord on a daily basis and leverage my life for the sake of the Gospel.