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April 11, 2016 / Whitworth University

Pentecost – Babel Redeemed

April 11-17

Acts 2:1-13

This week we pray for…

  • students to have comfort and provision as they continue their studies; we ask that they will find rest during their busy lives.
  • healthy relationships that provide the support and encouragement our students need for their journeys.
  • faculty members, as they invest in the education of the wonderful students of Whitworth.
  • the spring board of trustees meeting on campus this week, with thanksgiving for our committed trustees. We pray for their wisdom, good communication, and direction as they work together so that Whitworth can flourish.
  • campus worship gatherings this week: morning prayer on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, community worship on Tuesday and Thursday, Hosanna on Tuesday evening, and AWAKE on Wednesday evening.
  • “Deepening the Conversation on Race Behind and Beyond the Pine Cone Curtain,” a time of dialogue, listening and reflection based on the movie “Cracking the Codes,” facilitated by David Garcia and Larry Burnley of the Whitworth Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
  • the Gordon S. Jackson Conference in Media Law & Ethics, as students, faculty and the public gather Saturday to explore research, practice and professional issues related to mass communication law and ethics.

Lord , You created us, O Maker of heaven and earth; you created us equal before you. And just as all of us have sinned and fallen short of your glory, so did you send your Son to die for all of us, that we and all of creation might be redeemed and restored to right relationship with you and with each other. Thank you for your grace, which reaches out to all of us, sinners and redeemed, before you.

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