Campus Alive

October 23, 2009

Campus Revolution #18

Filed under: Message,Sharing — campusalive @ 1:38 pm

Dear Campus Revolutionaries!

Do you ‘twit’ or facebook about Campus Revo? God has been teaching and pushing me towards “making mountains out of (spiritual) mole hills” lately. This week, I want to speak specifically to the so-called “smaller” Campus Revo groups. Week after week, you receive a Campus Revo Mail from this guy called Dave who just can’t seem to shut up about the various testimonies of campus students gettings saved, blessed and making waves on campus. And maybe for some of you, the more you read, the more you get discouraged. Thinking that your Campus Revo is lousy or weak. Perhaps you’ve even thought about shutting it down because you don’t seem to be making a difference.

I’m writing to tell you that you have never been more wrong!

Many times we judge our own spiritual walk by the same standard that our mom and dads judge us, i.e: the better our grades are, the better our report cards are, the higher our marks are; the more they approve of us and love us. But that is not how our Heavenly  Father sees us.

Do you know that you can be a one guy or one girl Campus Revo group and God will still be proud of you?

Do you know that God still loves you even if your Campus Revo hasn’t yield any fruits or results yet, despite meeting weekly for the last 3 months?

Do you know that even if your Campus Revo group has dwindled in numbers, God still has faith in you?

The bible teaches tells us not to despise the day of small beginnings and that’s what I mean by “making mountains out of mole hills”. What you have now in your hands might seem small or insignificant compared to other Campus Revo groups

but don’t give up.

First of all, Campus Revo is not a competition, it’s a revival movement. Secondly, if your group is small, so what? Do you know that you can be the only Christian praying for your campus but God is still being glorified? When you call upon the name of Jesus in your campuses, you’re acknowledging HIS Lordship over the land.

Matthew 10:32 reads,

“Whoever acknowledges me before men, I will also acknowledge him before my Father in heaven.”

Instead of buying into the lies of the enemy, why don’t you prophesy that your Campus Revo will grow over Twitter or Facebook? Why don’t you reply to this mail with an “Amen” and claim that testimonies will soon be birthed in your campus? Why don’t you register at www.urtherevolution.com and join with your fellow Campus Revolutionaries in “making a mountain, out of a mole hill”.

So coming back to my first question: Will you tweet or Facebook about Campus Revo?

(e.g: Just met for Campus Revo. We might be small now but watch out world, we’re gonna get you!”)

I pray that you will! Besides, maybe more people will find out about Campus Revo after you tweet or Facebook about it.

So what are you waiting for? Get out there and do great exploits for God.

Conviction. Courage. Commitment. Continuity.
Dave Yeow (www.twitter.com/daveyeow)
Pastoral Intern for Acts Campus (www.twitter.com/actscampus)

P/S: If you’re wondering why the CA blog is posting this up, I’d like to just say that this e-mail is a great encouragement for us who are still going strong at the CampusRevo prayers every Wednesday. And truly, we are so blessed to be able to come together and glorify Him as we pray. Just like to encourage all the rest as well, to be part of the Revolution. Would post up further truly encouraging e-mails by Dave. Want them all? E-mail me or go to their website. :)

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