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We are about to be an empty-nesters…

All the little freshmen who we fell in love with about 4 years ago are now seniors!! And though God has done transformational miracles in their lives and though they are ready to go out in to the Harvest with the Gospel, we are SO sad to see them go.

More on their unique salvation stories and their future callings soon. Just a video for now!

Can You Imagine…

Can you imagine being a sophomore in college and standing up in front of 250 of your closest friends/peers to share the following…

“God is moving. Last night at chapter (KD) I read part of  “Sex and the City: Uncovered” Chapter 5 which talks about sexual sin. I was very nervous to read this because I was straight up calling girls out, but the Holy Spirit called me too so i did. After talking about how that sin causes emptiness and loneliness I asked the girls what Jesus’s response would be to the sexual sin in our lives. We read the story in John of a woman who was an adulterous and pulled out into the temple courtyard by the religious leaders. By law they must stone her but they ask Jesus what they should do to try to put Him in a corner. He then says whomever has no sin, let him throw the first stone….its a BEAUTIFUL story of forgiveness.

Y’all girls were crying in the middle of chapter. Im so excited to see God working in my sisters and throughout the Greek villages. Glory to Him for saving us and allowing us to participate in His ministry of reconciliation!!

Please pray specifically for the girls that responded to His truth. Pray they will not only read Marian Jordan’s book but will see the Gospel and their need for Jesus because of it. I love her book, but many of the girls think they are reading a self-help book. We all know self can’t help self. So basically just pray each of these girls will come to know our Savior.”

Praise God for students who will take the risk to present grace and truth to their sisters. Please pray for our leaders to continue being bold and loving!

Praise God for one who surrendered her life last week and the many more who are counting the cost of following Christ.