Regent's National Collegiate Day of Prayer Intercedes for Revival in America

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Fifty years ago, the Jesus People movement was birthed in a time of economic tension, political unrest and racial division. Today, we are at a familiar moment in history. Now the "National Collegiate Day of Prayer" is asking the question: "How will we respond?"

On Thursday, Regent University will host the National Collegiate Day of Prayer for over 4,000 college campuses across the United States. The event is a united, multi-generational day of prayer for revival and awakening on college campuses in America.

The Collegiate Day of Prayer event will be livestreamed from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Eastern from the campus of Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The event will include powerful praise and worship, intercessory prayer and many renowned speakers.

Thousands of campus ministries, churches and individuals across America are expected to participate through livestreamed video and breakout sessions to pray for more than 4,000 college campuses.

During an interview on the Wednesday afternoon edition of CBN's Newswatch, Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, Regent University's executive vice president for academic affairs, said the goal of the virtual event was to bring together thousands of students, faculty and families together to pray for the students and colleges and universities of America for revival.

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