Posted by: Brian Musser | July 19, 2012

Drexel Photo Prayer Blog 7

One of my passions is to intimately connect the larger body of Christ in our churches with our academic communities.  There is so much going on at Universities and Colleges.  Students, faculty, professional staff and administration need you to know and care about who they are and what they do.  From time to time I will post an image of Drexel and some related prayer concerns. Although I work specifically at Drexel and these posts will be specifically about Drexel, please use these prayer posts to not only pray for Drexel but for the academic community most closely connected to you and all academic communities in general.  For the majority of the pictures the photographer is Michael “Hair” Kelley the Baptist Campus Minister at Widener University.  He is a semi-professional photographer so if you like his work feel free to contact him at

Window and Stairs in Ross Commons.
Photo by Michael “Hair” Kelley

You cannot look at this picture without seeing the contrast between the light and the dark.  It makes me think that as students journey up the stairs on their way toward their goal, they will need to be able to see where they are going.  They will need something to light their way.

1.  Please pray that students of Drexel find and/or remember Christ as the light of world to guide them in dark times.

2.  Please pray that students are not overcome by some of the dark possibilities present on a Drexel’s campus.

3.  Please pray that I, other ministers, Christian student organizations and Christian students are able to show the light of Christ.

Thank you for your prayers.  If you took the time to pray for Drexel students today please let us know by leaving a comment below.


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