Posted on February 18, 2016

Collegiate Day of Prayer has a significant history in the spiritual awakenings that have been birthed in our nation on the college campuses.

That’s why Thursday, February 25, 2016 is a significant day for all of us in the collegiate ministry world to circle on our calendars. No matter your denomination, location, or ministry role – we all agree – it’s imperative that we pray fervently for God to move in the lives of college students and to use them to bring about a movement of God like our nation has never seen before.

Why is Collegiate Day of Prayer Important for College Ministries?  Here are 3 reasons that I believe it’s important for us!

1.  There is an urgency

In Matthew 9.35-38, Jesus looks upon the crowd and has compassion upon them because they are “weary and worn out, like sheep without a shepherd.”

Posted on February 11, 2016

God is inviting us to ask Him for something BIG. This is NOT an hour to be hopeless and prayerless — This is a time to ASK and RECEIVE a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit — A time to ask the Father to bless this dry and thirsty generation! Will you join us in asking God to move in power on every every four-year and two-year college campus across America. 

We presently have 968 college campuses that have been adopted. That means we have 2,136 colleges that still remain unadopted. 913 campus ministries, churches, and individuals are currently signed up to pray from 581 cities in 48 states. However, we still don’t have a prayer group registered in Alaska and Montana. Every college in every state needs your prayers. 

Posted on February 1, 2016

God is orchestrating much this semester with colleges across America, and we want you to be a part of it.  As you know, the Collegiate Day of Prayer is a joint effort between ministries and churches across America.  To that end we have no specific organization to promote but we want you to see how your participation in the Collegiate Day of Prayer fits into an amazing symphony God is conducting this semester.  Read on… you won’t be disappointed.