campuses have been adopted
campuses remain unadopted
campus ministries, churches, and individuals are signed up to pray
Collegiate Jesus Fast
Starting on January 16th until the Collegiate Day of Prayer on February 24th, we are calling students from all across the nation to consecrate a 40-day season of fasting and prayer for awakening on our college campuses, in our nation, and in our generation. Let us believe that in the darkest hour of American history, Jesus will demonstrate His glory!
Join us by adopting a campus and checking the box “I would like to participate in a season of fasting.”
This Year we are partnering with EveryCampus and we are praying for “unengaged” campuses. An Unengaged campus is a college that has no known gospel community on it. About half of the schools in our nation do not have a known gospel community reaching out to them and discipling students to know Jesus. We want to see every school in our nation reached with the gospel!
As the students go, so goes our nation! If we win the spiritual battles across our nation but neglect our college campuses, all our progress will be undone in a generation. Therefore, students today need our support and earnest prayers. However, college students don’t just need more prayer, they need our UNITED prayer. Without a greater degree of genuine, unified prayer, our hopes and dreams for this generation may never be realized. According to Matthew 18:18-20, the greater the number united in faith and prayer, the easier the battle for this generation can be won.
Throughout American history our colleges have been repeatedly blessed and transformed by intense seasons of spiritual awakening. The early records of many of our best universities read like a virtual history of spiritual revival. In fact, no other nation has ever enjoyed as many student awakenings for as many consecutive years as the United States of America. Some of the first reports of these student revivals emerged during the First Great Awakening in the eighteenth century. However, it was the Second Great Awakening (1790-1845) that produced our most powerful student revivals and the prayer movement that sustained them.