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Two Brothers with Campus Outreach

September 1, 2012

One of the joys we have at East Point Church is supporting the work of two good brothers serving with the parachurch ministry Campus Outreach. Mwamba Johnson and Pascual Thedford are laboring everyday on the campuses of Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta University, and Spellman College. Everyday they run up against both the spirit of the age and a secularized psuedo-Christianity as it is manifested on today’s college campuses. Listening to them and to those whom they serve, you can’t help but appreciate their passion and desire to see the gospel take root in the hearts and minds of this generation.  Yet, the soil upon which they sow the gospel is not easy. They not only run up against the prevailing philosophies of the day, but also college administrations that are often less than, if not hostile to, gospel-centered campus ministry. On top of that, they must raise the financial support to keep themselves on the campus and available to the students, while maintaining God-honoring relationships with their wives and children. These are not always easy spiritual waters to navigate. The enemy is ever seeking to discourage them and their work on every turn. This is why East Point Church supports and prays for them. We must know the value of those willing to go into the places of higher education and take on the mental and spiritual strongholds with the truth of Christ.  This video is a brief reminder of this important work.

To look around today’s campuses, one can’t help but believe that the harvest is indeed plentiful. Let us remember to pray for those God has sent into the harvest and support them anyway we can.  You can like them on Facebook

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