Revival Welling Up At Multiple HBCU’s

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The wave of revival which began at Asbury University in Kentucky and spread to other colleges in Ohio, Alabama, Texas, and Tennessee is now coming to multiple historically black colleges and universities (HBCU).  Yasmin Pierce, director of the Black Voices Movement, said that at one HBCU in North Carolina, in front of a 3-story student center, the Black Voices boldly preached the gospel causing “people (to) stop in their tracks all across this student union” and “from the third floor, people start streaming down to commit their lives to Jesus Christ.” Charisma Magazine reported similar stories coming from Morehouse and Spelman colleges, and Clark Atlanta University near Atlanta.  Pierce said, “God really burdened our hearts with this phrase, ‘The King is calling.’”