Have You Heard? - March 23-25, 2010

Re:vive, the college ministry at Tri-City Baptist Church, has been reaching out to Arizona State University (ASU) for years in a number of ways, including Tuesday and Wednesday night small groups. Every year Re:vive holds Have You Heard?(HUH?), a week of open-air evangelistic meetings on the ASU campus. These meetings have been a part of the Re:vive ASU ministry for the past ten years.

This year's meetings were held March 23-25. A bus took International Baptist College (IBC) students to ASU where they joined Re:vive ASU students in inviting people to the meetings. On Thursday, the high school students visiting for Experience IBC: College Days came and got a taste of the ministry opportunities available at IBC. The high school students were a big help in passing out flyers and welcoming the visitors who came.

The HUH? services began with a time of singing, led by Josh de la Rosa with Andrew Will accompanying on guitar. Each night one of the ASU students gave their salvation testimony; Spencer Mitchell on Tuesday, Kaitlyn Duprey on Wednesday, and Taylor Mitchell on Thursday. After the singing and testimonies, a gospel presentation was given. This year's speakers were IBC student Burley Gwaltney, Mark Brock, cousin of IBC President David Brock, and IBC Dean of Men Nathan Mestler.

On Thursday night several people who were passing by stopped to listen to the message. Afterward, Re:vive gave out free pizza, and more people came by, giving Re:vive members additional opportunities to witness. Several of the visitors were interested in upcoming Re:vive events.

HUH? touched a diverse group of people, including a group of Muslims who stopped by on their way home from the nearby mosque, and a group of students visiting from New Mexico. Already one visitor has returned to attend a weekly Bible study, and we look forward to seeing God continue to bring fruit from the services.

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