Brewton-Parker Ministerial Association Hosts Student-Led Revival

by Caitlyn Parrish; BPC Staff Writer

A group of students, staff, and faculty prayer walked through Brewton-Parker College in preparation for the student-led revival. This revival was planned for March 12-14. Photo Credit: Caitlyn Parrish
A group of students, staff, and faculty prayer walked through Brewton-Parker College in preparation for the student-led revival. This revival was planned for March 12-14. Photo Credit: Caitlyn Parrish

Brewton-Parker’s Ministerial Association hosted a Student-Led Revival March 12-14 in the Gilder Recital Hall. The Revival services featured worship led primarily by students and two to three students as speakers each night.

Prior to the week, the Ministerial Association, composed of students with a call to ministry, hosted a prayer walk around campus. The Ministerial Association created a list to guide the walk with the name of every building as well as topics and people related to the building to pray over. Beginning in Gilder Recital Hall, a group of students and faculty gathered on the stage, at the altar, and in the seats to pray specifically for the Revival services. The group then split into two and walked to every building to pray over them.

The services were well attended with many faculty, staff, and students filling the seats each night. Topics of messages ranged from student testimonies, to appreciating the opportunities God has given, to the question of “Is Christianity Worth It?” By the end of the week, over thirty students made spiritual decisions during the invitation times.

Stephen Collins, a recent alumni, addresses the congregation during the Student-Led Revival held at Brewton-Parker during March 12-14. Photo Credit: Caitlyn Parrish
Stephen Collins, a recent alumni, addresses the congregation during the Student-Led Revival held at Brewton-Parker during March 12-14. Photo Credit: Caitlyn Parrish
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