Students Are Invited to Drink Deep at Prayer Meeting

Southwestern Adventist University’s prayer meeting theme this semester is “Drink Deep.”  Dwight Nelson, senior pastor of Pioneer Memorial Church at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, will present the series (courtesy of DVD’s), “The Temple” every Wednesday night this semester in Barron Chapel from 7-8:10 p.m. beginning this week.  These timely messages are a Bible-based exposition of what the sanctuary theme, found throughout Scripture, means to those living in the 21st Century.

Nelson’s messages are about 35 minutes long and there will be time for discussion and prayer. Each meeting will end at 8:10 p.m.

Put this event on your calendar this semester.  Bring your Bible and a friend. Study guides are provided. Let’s “Drink Deep” together from the Word!  “With joy you will draw from the wells of salvation”  Isaiah 12:3.

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