So I’m blogging right now live from the 72 hour prayer room that has been open in I entryway in Winthrop House. It’s been an amazing 3 hours for me, I came here at 7 and just haven’t wanted to leave. There are something like 30 people in here just sitting around, talking to each other, and all around me there are people’s prayers and drawings and everything on the walls… talking about ecumenical movements and actually just being ecumenical. God is really here. Jesus is absolutely densely here right now… and I am just so thankful for it. It’s a place of refuge, a place of laughter and of tears. A place of music. I am just incredibly thankful to have been part of this, even though I only came to it on the last day. I really encourage everyone reading this to come the next time they do this. It’s an incredible initiative – a room open for prayer that has been continuous in the past 72 hours, praying for the world, the campus, and for ourselves. It’s vision: the single verse

If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked way , then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14

Glory to the Lord! More about this with pictures and photos, hopefully, to come….

Update: A final call from the Prayer Room!

Hey everyone,
Thank you so much for everyone who was able to make it out to the prayer room these last 3 days. What made this room special was the unity among brothers and sisters in Christ and it has been such an amazing last few days. I am so sad that the the 72 hour prayer is coming to a close but this is not the end but a new beginning. I am so excited for everything God has in store for us! Here is one last request


we are going to taking down everything in the prayer room and cleaning up TOMORROW, THURSDAY at 4pm. It should only take one hour and we were thinking of getting a quick dinner afterwards together (: please only come if you are not too busy! but we would love to have your help and it would be one last time to spend some time in the prayer room and reflect in fellowship of all the ways God has moved and answered our prayers.


we were wondering if everyone who made it out to the prayer room in the last few days could send a paragraph (or however long you want) to share how God had answered their prayers or met them in these last three days! We often learn so much from sharing and encouraging eachother with our testimonies! please send them to eunice at eklustaATgmailDOTcom. we were thinking of compiling them into one file and sharing them with everyone (:

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