Student pastor shares how joint worship service ministers to Auburn students

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It is finished; it is done. To the world, salvation comes. Hallelujah, we’re alive. Hell was silenced when you cried, ‘It is finished.’”

That’s what you would have heard being sung by more than 100 college students if you had walked into Foy Hall on Auburn University’s campus on the last Tuesday night in October. While many of their classmates were enjoying their beverages in local bars or watching game one of the World Series, these students were worshipping Christ together.

This semester a handful of Baptist churches along with Auburn’s Baptist Campus Ministries (BCM) joined together to create a monthly worship gathering for college students in these churches and ministries. This monthly worship gathering is called “Momentum.” (continued…)

– Read the full article from The Alabama Baptist at: http://www.thealabamabaptist.org/print-edition-article-detail.php?id_art=35045#sthash.yDMHoItZ.dpuf

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