The Bridal Party Katie Lahey: Amanda and I met where all great millennials do: on the Internet! We initially met when we were both looking for a new roommate, but we became best friends when we unexpectedly ran into each other a few months later. Even though we didn’t end up living together, God reconnected us and made it clear we were meant to be friends! It has been a joy to have a front row seat to Amanda and Caleb’s exciting journey of falling in love. Nick Hill: Caleb and I are fortunate enough to share the same blood. I have known Caleb for his entire life, and he is a part of my earliest memories. He was the best man at my wedding and I couldn’t be happier to return the favor. Janet Chow: Amanda and I are such polar opposites, many years ago our friends coined the “Janet-Amanda Spectrum” as a theorem on why our friendship works as well as it does. We’ve been everything from freshmen year suitemates (holla Purple Haze), roommates, sorta neighbors; we’re living testament that the random people you meet at age seventeen can become family. Thanks for all the times you’ve let me crash on your futon, break your washing machine, fed me baked goods, the late night convos, and generally being the optimist to my cynic! Cam Hill: I’ve been the brother of the groom for as long as I can remember. It’s been my great pleasure to get to know Amanda over more recent years. My wife Joy and I live in Greenville, SC and we’re thrilled to make the trip to sunny San Diego to celebrate the marriage covenant between Amanda and Caleb! Krista Herlihy: I met Amanda almost 3 years ago online when fate brought us together. Even though we both attended the same church, Apostles, we had never met until Amanda was looking for a new roommate and posted about it on Redeemer Classifieds! Since then we have been roommates, close friends, and have attended the same Community Group. I am so excited to support Amanda and Caleb through the process of getting married and in their marriage, and I am honored to be in the bridal party! Colin Hill: I am the youngest brother, but clearly age isn’t everything. For those of you who know my brothers here is the quick synopsis, I talk Caleb into “reckless” things, I talk Cameron out of “reckless” things and Nick and I generally see eye to eye. Caleb has for many years been my confidant, the last phone call before big decision and has always provided sound counsel. I couldn’t be more excited to welcome Amanda into the family and celebrate their commitment together this Spring! Kristin Armstrong: I am so thrilled to be a part of Amanda and Caleb’s special day, and I am honored to have known Amanda through many seasons of life. I initially met Amanda as a college intern in New York City through the church we had attended then. We spent the summer dreaming about our futures, but not knowing whether or not we would be returning to the city. Upon graduating, I had moved back to the city and started to be involved in a church community other than the one I had been apart of as an intern. I hadn’t seen Amanda for over a year, but much to my surprise, she walked into my church small group one evening, eliciting my ‘Amanda?! It’s you! This is amazing!’ response. I am so thankful that the Lord brought Amanda back into my life, as it has been brighter and sweeter because of her presence. Her friendship has been a tremendous gift to me, and I can’t wait to see how the Lord continues to be faithful to her and Caleb in marriage. Josh Vandenburg: Caleb and I met in 2003, the summer before our freshmen year of HS. We were on our way to basketball camp, which became a delightfully awkward time of pubescent young men fumbling around the court trying not to embarrass themselves – or maybe that was just me. Luckily, Caleb was kind enough to become one of my best friends through the saga that is high school. To this day, Caleb is one of my OGs! That dear friend who no matter how long we go without seeing each other can pick up right where we left off. Mazel tov! Maddie Hunt: I first met Amanda during my sophomore year when I was pledging Chi Omega, but when I really got to know her was during our junior year when we both went on the same Penn Alternate Spring Break trip to Florida with Habitat for Humanity! We had the best time and became fast friends, with frequent Honest Toms taco runs senior year. After graduation when I moved across the country we did long-distance friendship like champs with frequent cards, letters, and care packages! Amanda has always been one ofthe most loyal, kind, and sincere people I have ever met and I am so excited to watch her marry Caleb! Josiah Mackenzie: Killa Caleb is my cousin from the hood. Caleb has been a brother and a leader in our Harlem family. I will never forget his face when he talked about Amanda for the first time. #blessUP Olivia Yost: Amanda and I are technically first cousins once removed thanks to our giant family, but I grew up looking forward to visiting my west coast “Aunt Amanda” as I affectionately called her. While we are no longer girls giggling late into the night during sleepovers….well actually that might still be true…it has been a joy to see her grow over the years and to see Caleb in her life! Jeffrey Sellers: I’ve had the pleasure of being Caleb’s bachelor in crime (roommate) for his entire NYC journey beginning May 2013. We met on the internet (seems to be a trend!) when my friend Vince (shoutout!) and I were looking to fill a bedroom of our Harlem apartment. We have spent years of good times and conversations while crushing beers and making over priced coffee together; I couldn’t be happier for his future with Amanda!