Posted by: Brian Musser | January 1, 2013

10 Things to Pray about on Your Campus (Part 7)

If you have been following this blog for awhile you may have noticed that I have been talking about prayer a lot recently.  Eventually, I may change topics but for the next 10 posts I am going to suggest 1 thing you can pray about for campuses.  If you are a student, faculty, professional staff or administrator at a college or university please take time to pray for your school.  If you are anyone else please take a moment to allow God to specifically place a college or university on your heart.  You could pray for your Alma mater, your grandchild’s college, the one that is geographically closest or the school who’s football team you like.  If you can’t think of a specific school to pray for allow me to suggest one: Drexel.  I would love for you to pray for us. Colleges and universities throughout our nation could use your prayers.

I have been finding that less information is better so each day I am going to suggest one prayer concern.  I will keep a list with links to previous requests.

1)  Pray that students find new life in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  

2)  Pray that faculty, professional staff and administration find new life in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

3) Pray for opportunities to share the story of Christ.  

4) Pray for more workers. 

5) Pray for the workers.

6) Pray that Christians have unity. 

7)  Pray for the safety of those on campus.  Anytime you have a large number of people living and working in a singular environment terrible things can happen.  Drexel is like any place else, we have work related accidents, traffic problems, mental health issues, physical crises, relationship chaos, substance abuse, violence, and stress of all kinds.  Please pray for these.  Pray that there is a sense of peace over the campus.  Pray that the bad things that happen don’t reach tragic levels.  Pray for those of us who have to say and do the right things to ease other peoples hurts when tragedies do occur.  Pray that God is able to heal the pain and use the chaos for His glory.




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