God is moving at Fort Hays State
Since the start of the fall 2015 semester God has moved in some big ways at Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan.
Not that it’s about numbers, but we have been averaging close to 100 students a week at our large group worship and teaching times. We currently have six weekly Bible studies—the average attendance is 12-14 people each in these studies.
Eight students were planning to be baptized at our service on Tuesday, Nov. 3. We are so thankful for students who have made the decision to accept salvation and follow Christ as a result of the combined ministry of our staff and students.
Our Fall Conference was very impactful. (The annual KNCSB Fall Conference was held Sept. 25-27 at Webster Conference Center, Salina, Kan.) It was a fresh perspective on our Father’s love for us and the relationship He desires to have with us. It was also a good reminder that we need each other and was a huge jump start to creating new relationships and renewing them within our community.
The women have been enjoying growing in community and discipleship together. Most recently they helped paint wooden toys for Operation Christmas Child. And the men are preparing for some quality time of teaching on biblical manhood and camping in the coming weeks.
We are also planning for next semester and considering what the best strategy is for the resources and student leadership God has provided. This is where your prayers would be especially meaningful to us. This is a time where we try to be selective in the students we want to invest most heavily in so we can multiply our impact on FHSU students.