Praises at ACT UT
Summer has been busy already and we have barely gotten started! Friday’s in the woods, a mission trip and a successful surgery are just a few of the highlights.
We praise God for great weather each Friday night as the ACT BG and UT groups join together for “In the Woods with Jesus.” This has become a summer tradition as we meet together at the Weaver Ranch for a cookout, volleyball, singing around the campfire and a devotion.
Praise God for an amazing mission work trip just completed in West Virginia. Over one hundred students gathered at Parchment Valley Conference Center in Ripley for “Brothers’ Keeper.” The weather was amazing, hearts were touched and lives were changed! Dozens of projects were completed helping so many who were truly in need. Thank you for your prayers and support in this effort!
Our campus pastor, Scott Weaver underwent a surgical procedure to repair his left thumb in June. Praise the Lord that he is recovering well and has continued his regular activities - one handed for the time being!
Prayer Requests at ACT UT
Many of our students are involved in mission work in different locations both in the country and around the world this summer. We continue to pray for student safety and that God opens up opportunities to touch others with Christ’s love.
Pray for our campus pastor as he continues to recover from a surgical procedure to repair his left thumb. He is hoping to play piano again by this Fall!
Pray for the students we have yet to meet! New students are already touring campus, learning about opportunities and figuring out what groups they wish to join. We want to be on their list and we are praying that God would use us to reach them!
Pray for the student leaders who are right now planning ways we can reach out to the new students as they get engaged with activities this Fall.
Our supporters make all the difference in what we do. Your prayers and financial gifts make it possible to reach the world through Active Christians Today year round. Blessings to you and THANK YOU!