The Gaither cruises also bring back great memories. In no other situation could a bunch of kids get the run of a cruise ship. One of my favorite memories is from a cruise to Alaska when the artists took over the disco at the top of the ship. All the families came up and we had so much fun dancing together and being goofy. Every now and then, we’d all get together in somebody’s room and play a game called “Mafia.” It was always funny watching the kids beat the adults!
“Growing up Gaither” has been nothing but good. It has always been such a loving, inspiring environment, and it has given me lifelong friends. Even though we’re spread out all over the country, we still stay in touch. It’s a really cool thing. I’m graduating from high school next week and getting ready to go to college, so even though I’m technically no longer a kid, I am always going to be part of the Gaither family. Once a Homecoming kid, always a Homecoming kid!