Every year the Johnson University Tennessee student body selects one or two missionaries or missions organizations to support financially and spiritually. This year, the missionaries/missions organizations they have chosen are Matt and Susan Nance and the Converge Teen Center, Inc.
JUTN graduate Matt Nance and his wife Susan are currently working in Jordan. They live in Jordan and serve Syrian refugees crossing the border into Jordan. The Converge Teen Center is located in Leesburg, Florida—about an hour away from Johnson University Florida. Located in a local mall, the center provides a safe place for the youth to hang out. The staff is passionate about teaching the truth and modeling good behavior. Matt and Susan Nance and the Converge Teen Center need prayer.
This week students decided to focus one day, Thursday, March 6, as a "Day of Prayer." All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and supporters of Johnson are encouraged to use this day to pray for Matt and Susan Nance and the Converge Teen Center. Leah Hodge, sophomore on the Teacher Education program, says, "Prayer is such a powerful thing and I believe that God is really going to work through this Day of Prayer!" Please join the JUTN campus on March 6 to pray for Matt and Susan Nance and the Converge Teen Center!
JUTN students designated March 1-7 as the "Week of Prayer.” The Week of Prayer event is part of a worldwide movement which has orchestrated continuous prayer for the past 30 years. JUTN has been a part of this movement for several years. Join the conversation on Twitter using #RoyalsPray.