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February 22, 2016 / Whitworth University

Jesus, the Powerful and Loving Shepherd

Feb. 22-28

Scripture:
Mark 6:30-44

This week we pray for…

  • students who are struggling in their Christian walk; we ask that their hearts may be encouraged and their faith may be strengthened.
  • students who face challenges. May their every financial, emotional, physical and spiritual need be met.
  • members of student leadership as they continue to lead and influence others within the student body.
  • potential student leaders (RAs, small-group coordinators, cultural-diversity advocates, and others) who are currently applying and interviewing for 2016-17 positions. We ask that God would call forward and raise up the best student leaders for this campus.
  • student-athletes as they compete; we ask that they be filled with the strength, courage and endurance to reach their full potential.
  • campus worship offerings this week, including community worship, Hosanna, and
    AWAKE.
  • The lecture/event “Why Black Perspectives Matter,” with speaker Kellie Carter Jackson, Ph.D., assistant professor at Hunter College, City University of New York, as she and the Whitworth community share in this courageous conversation.
  • students, faculty and staff as they gather at the spring volunteer fair to meet with local organizations that seek volunteers from our community to serve within the Spokane area.
  • financial aid staff as they finalize F.A. offers for the members of the Class of 2020.
  • Honors Colloquium II, as we welcome prospective students and their families to learn more about Whitworth; we ask that God will lead and guide them throughout their academic careers.

Thanksgiving:
Thank you, Lord, for being our Shepherd, the One who takes care of our every need. We are grateful for Your peace, protection and guidance as we go through each day. Help us to be consciously aware that we cannot do anything without you, and encourage us to keep an open mind and an appreciative heart to love one another as you have loved us.

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