Ignite Conference Sparks New School Year
Be in prayer for the Ignite Conference this week with Dr. Travis Agnew, NGU alumnus, speaker, author, and worship and discipleship pastor.
He serves at North Side Baptist Church in Greenwood, SC and is a popular communicator with students. Agnew is also a member of the NGU Board of Trustees and the Presidential Search Committee.
Pray specifically that many students will respond to the gospel and will be encouraged in their faith during these days.
Chapel services will be on Wednesday, August 24 and Friday, August 26 at 10:00 a.m. There will also be evening services on Wednesday and Thursday nights at 7:00 p.m. These services are open to the public.
We are very thankful for our partnership with the Fuge Camps. We hosted 7,500 campers and counselors this summer. Approximately 167 people received Christ and 59 students responded to Godís call to ministry. The total number of responses this summer was 726.
We praise the Lord for His continuing work on our campus.
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