Unlike the revival at Asbury University in Kentucky this month, the Holy Spirit has been working on the campus of Texas A&M University Corpus Christi for quite some time now.
Students at TAMUCC—many of whom attend New Life Church in Corpus Christi, Texas—have shown their boldness for Christ for many months, leading to many salvations, baptisms and healings at the secular university.
Last Friday night, nearly a couple hundred people gathered for at TAMUCC to prayer for revival for not only their school, but also for America. The event lasted for five hours.
New Life Church Young Adults is a campus-approved club, and it is the largest Christian club on the campus of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, says Mike Fehlauer, the senior pastor at New Life Church.
"In light of what God did at Asbury and other Christian universities, it was wonderful to see this gathering of students who have such a heart for God," Fehlauer says. "There was a strong spirit of repentance and desire for greater holiness.
"We believe that God is up to something on that campus. Each week, we are seeing salvations and baptisms from the 15 different student life groups that meet throughout the week. For me, to see these young people show a true heart of repentance is very inspiring."
Last August, more than 600 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi students attended a one-night gathering on campus. Fehlauer says there were nearly 100 who received Christ and over 51 spontaneous baptisms.
But that's not all that's happening in South Texas these days. The Holy Spirit has overwhelmed students in many high schools in the Corpus Christi area as well. GenZers have been preaching and prophesying for months in the area's schools and bring about revival among the younger kids.
The schools are allowing Bible clubs in the schools—before and after school and at lunchtime—where students are praying for each other and allowing the Holy Spirit to engulf the meetings.
"There has to be a spirit of repentance, and we're seeing that a lot among our youth," says New Life Church Youth Pastor Mario Carrete. "It's amazing what's happening in our high schools, but it also incredible what's happening on our local college campus as well.
"Whereas you have a lot of young adults who have given into the secular culture and want to just have fun and party, well, this is a different kind of party. It's a party where everyone is invited, and everyone is invited to accept Jesus as their savior. We know that these gatherings—and our young adults' group—are making a difference in these kids' lives, and we thank God for it. We thank God that what is happening at Asbury and across the nation. These GenZers' zest for God is growing and growing. It's amazing."
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