As many people get ready to cast their vote on Nov. 8, these college aged students decided to turn to prayer for the nation and themselves before casting their election ballot.
On Monday afternoon students at Truett McConnell University (TMU) in Georgia united on campus in a “prayer for our nation.”
The devotional took place on the front lawn of the University.
The uplifting faith based sentiment shared, was an effort done by the students in response to the 2016 presidential election with republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Dr. John Yarbrough, the director of public policy at the college said, “Our students are passionate about the election.”
“For most of them it will be their first time to vote in a presidential election.”
“(The students) also recognized that America must experience a revival, great awakening,” he said. “They gathered to pray for America and to pray for the election that will determine the direction of America for the rest of their lives.”
(H/T Todd Starnes)