MISHAWAKA- Carry the Love, an evangelist mission group focused on college campuses across the United States and Europe, visited Bethel’s campus during GO Week. They brought music and a message of evangelism to the students. Tuesday night, Jan. 25, the group held a worship night at Shiloh. Then, on Wednesday night, Jan. 26, they did a take-over of Vespers, a student-led chapel night. At Vespers, they played a worship set and McGerran Clouser gave a message to the crowd.
Anne Garrett, an intern for spiritual life at Bethel, said that the Spiritual Life team asked Carry the Love to visit in order to set a fire in the students at Bethel and encourage them to share the Gospel with their peers. She says that her goal for Bethel through this experience is to reach the non-believers on campus.
“[I want to] show them what it looks like to live out faith in God and share the Gospel with them,” Garrett said.
Clouser said that they decided to come to Bethel because he believes that Bethel can connect the surrounding regions and the revival happening there.
“There is a revival happening in West Michigan and Central Indiana and Northern Indiana needs to experience it too,” Clouser said.
He hopes that their message will empower Bethel students to carry a torch for Jesus in all situations.
Parker Reid, another member of the Carry the Love team, says that Bethel students can get involved in the Carry the Love mission and team in many ways. To get connected with the program, visit carrythelove.com.