(Worthy News) – Asbury University, which has been the site of continual worship and prayer on campus for weeks and drawing tens of thousands of people to experience what God is doing, will move its non-stop prayer services off-campus due to concerns about overcrowding in the small town.
What began as part of a scheduled chapel service on the morning of Feb. 8 at Hughes Auditorium at the Christian institution in Wilmore, Kentucky, has since transformed into a constant impromptu gathering.
The revival has generated worldwide interest, resulting in lengthy queues to gain entry.
The university says on its website that the “concluding public worship service of this recent outpouring” will be held on Monday afternoon.
It added that “the university in consultation with local law enforcement and city administration notified incoming visitors that parking and seating had exceeded capacity.” Beginning Tuesday, services available to the public will be held at another location in the central Kentucky area. Separately, starting on Friday, students’ evening services will be hosted at other locations off campus. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More…) ]