Spiritual Development Looking For Prayer Leaders

The Keene Seventh-day Adventist Church will offer free training to Southwestern students on how to lead a Bible study.

The spiritual life and development team at Southwestern Adventist University is looking for students to be prayer leaders in the men and women’s residence halls.  They especially need a leader for the women.

Those involved will knock on doors, sharing words of encouragement and praying with the students. If students are not there, an uplifting note is left for them to read when they return.

The group will visit the men’s residence halls from 7 to 9 p.m. on Monday nights, and the women’s residence halls at 7 p.m. or possibly 8 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.

If this ministry is calling out to you, please contact Eric Jackson from the spiritual life department.  His number is 530-391-2698 and his email is eric-jackson@swau.edu.

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