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Baylor, Louisiana State University and More Colleges Report Revivals Happening on Campus

Baylor, Louisiana State University and More Colleges Report Revivals Happening on Campus

Less than a week after Asbury University shut down revival services, several other schools across the country have shared footage of revivals happening on their own campuses. 

At Texas A&M University-Galveston, Micahel Fehlauer, pastor of New Life Church in Corpus Christi, posted several videos on Facebook of students getting baptized in a public fountain on campus.  

In another video, an A&M student who was lame shared he was was able to walk 20 steps after students prayed over him.

Other students have shared on social media that the crowds are growing each night. 

“2nd night,” wrote Grant Bynum. “Jesus is JUST GETTING STARTED. This is REAL. Worship, repentance, prayers, no leaders. Physical healing. Baptism. Crowds bigger than last night. It’s not religion. It’s just meeting JESUS. Jesus! Had to leave at 1 am, but it was still going on! GO TO: Aggie Park 8:30 every MONDAY night (weekly).”

Elsewhere in Texas, students at Baylor University have shared videos of spontaneous worship and prayer that has broken out on campus. 

“The awakening…,” Lauren Yates said.

“Revival happening right here!,” wrote Jenn Moore. “Praise Jesus. #Baylor University”

At Louisiana State University, students have gathered to pray and worship together for long hours into the night. 

“Students at LSU gathering tonight to pray and ask God to move on their campus!” Paul Worcester, tweeted last Thursday. “I have heard of countless other campuses hosting similar events this week. This is not just hype. This is real. God wants this generation back and they are turning back to Him heart and soul.”

More than 400 students gathered in LSU’s campus chapel on the campus on Thursday for the Collegiate Day of Prayer.

Students and faculty at Indiana Wesleyan University have also been sharing their revival experiences.


“I’ve been at IWU since 3 am,” wrote Jim Lo, a professor at IWU’s School of Theology and Ministry. “As I sit in the chapel-auditorium, involved in reflective prayer, the words of Robert Coleman comes to mind. ‘Anytime you see a revival, you can be sure it started with prayer.’

“God is doing a work at IWU,” he continued. “It may not have the proportions of what is happening at Asbury, but students are responding to the touch of the Spirit. At 2 am, I received a text message from a student, sharing how she has surrendered her all to God and is feeling called to a ‘special’ type of ministry. Other students have shared how they have asked God to help them live holy lives and have taken the step of repenting.

“Why am I up earlier then normal? I have been sensing God working at Indiana Wesleyan University… Something wonderful is happening …I sense there is even ‘more’ that He wants to do!” he concluded.

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