Campus ministry helps young people prepare for revival

By May 15, 2007

— This June 20-27, the campus of Yale
University hosts the
Institute for Campus Revival and Awakening.
It's a place to focus on spiritual breakthroughs with the goal of campus
transformation across the country.

Life Action's Collegiate Impact director Dave Warn says,
"When God does move on our campuses, we want to be ready and prepared and
as campus ministers, ready to move things forward. I think the campus ministers will leave Yale this
summer, preparing the way, but also PRE-pared for what God wants to do."

Over the course
of the eight days, participants will be immersed in an atmosphere that
encourages revival of the soul. Attendees are encouraged to seek God with
others to encounter His presence and power corporately. It's also a good time to network with campus ministry leaders
from across the nation, encouraging each other in their visions for outreach.

As a result of their own revival and awakening, campus
ministry leaders will be learning how to disciple Christian students. They, in turn, will influence the lost on
campus. The difficulty comes in presenting the hope of Christ to a secular
academic environment. "Pray that we'd meet with God. That's what the
Institute is all about, and we want to be changed as campus ministers as well as
have His heart envisioned for the future, the fall semester of '07.' 

There are still a few spots open. Click here if you want details.

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