They will know us by our love. And our Planners.

get a taste of our playlist..hear it at prayer, and just sit in the presence of God.

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Be one of those revolutionaries who are praying, working, and expecting the Lord to revive! —- come to prayer TONIGHT at 9PM in Munger.

Love,

Cru Christian Fellowship

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When you think about your salvation, how many people do you think prayed for you? When you think about the lost students on your campus, how many people do you think are currently praying for them?


There is a lost generation of students, your peers, who need Jesus. But who will pray for them? Who will stand in the gap? You may be one of very few people that would even think to pray for them. You may be one of very few Christians that have gone overseas to share the love of Christ with another student. You may have been one of the few true followers of Jesus that someone has ever met on a boardwalk or national park here in the States.


Try this: Just take an index card and put it in your Bible. Write down the names of people you’d like to pray for - friends, people you met on Summer Project, classmates, whom ever God puts on your heart. If you’d like, add a few specific prayer requests from your campus’ partnership countries. It will be right there when you open the Word to remind you to pray!


Some prayers that would fit any situation:

  •  Pray for laborers to be sent to reach others - Matthew 9:35-38
  •  Pray for opportunities to share the gospel and the grace to do it wisely - Colossians 4:2-6
  •  Ask God what your role should be in reaching the lost students of your campus and the world - John 17:4, Matthews 28:18-20
  • Pray against the enemy and that God would open the eyes and hearts of those who don’t know Christ - 2 Corinthians 4:1:9

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The  beauty of God developing our kingdom vision and ultimately our kingdom call is in the fact that His heart is to bring people from every tongue, tribe and nation to Himself.  In His wisdom He calls us to different professions and different cities so the Gospel can radically change the lives of the people in that place.


Prayer TONIGHT (every Tuesday) at 9PM in Munger

E-mail nnegrete@wellesley.edu for details!

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The greatest crisis we ever face is the surrender of our will. Yet God never forces a person’s will into surrender, and he never begs. he patiently waits until that person willingly yields to Him.

Surrender is a word that excites and terrifies us at the same time. It means that we are willing to practice the presence of the Holy Spirit in our lives and submit to His will. It also means that we may not know what the result of yielding our lives,our futures and our dreams to Him may be.

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- (My Utmost for His Highest, Oswald Chambers, September 13)

Our weekly Life Groups start this week!Join us for an amazing time of community, worship and fun!
Mondays at 9PM in Stone
Wednesdays at 7PM in Munger
Can’t wait to see you there! :)

Our weekly Life Groups start this week!
Join us for an amazing time of community, worship and fun!

Mondays at 9PM in Stone

Wednesdays at 7PM in Munger

Can’t wait to see you there! :)

WORSHIP BY LAKE WABAN!!!!
TONIGHT AT 7.30PM BY TOWER GREEN (AREA BETWEEN CLAPP AND TOWER)
RAIN LOCATION: TOWER!

WORSHIP BY LAKE WABAN!!!!

TONIGHT AT 7.30PM BY TOWER GREEN (AREA BETWEEN CLAPP AND TOWER)

RAIN LOCATION: TOWER!

Worship by Lake Waban
Saturday, September 8th at 7.30PM
Meet us by Tower Green (area between Clapp Library and Tower)
?s: kjoh, clee14, exp 9/10 acc:jwice

Worship by Lake Waban

Saturday, September 8th at 7.30PM

Meet us by Tower Green (area between Clapp Library and Tower)

?s: kjoh, clee14, exp 9/10 acc:jwice

Join us for our BALLOON DINNER TONIGHT!!! AT 5PM IN TOWER COURT DINING HALL!
We want to hear more about your summer and how you feel about the year at head! We’re so excited to see all of you once again! FIRST-YEARS, PLEASE COME!!!
Look for the blue and white balloons in the dining hall!

Join us for our BALLOON DINNER TONIGHT!!! AT 5PM IN TOWER COURT DINING HALL!

We want to hear more about your summer and how you feel about the year at head! We’re so excited to see all of you once again! FIRST-YEARS, PLEASE COME!!!

Look for the blue and white balloons in the dining hall!

"As I reflect on the summer experience you have just had, I am reminded of the words of Jesus in John 15:16 - “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit - fruit that will last.”"

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