Dr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson
Founder, President & Chancellor
Prayer is essential to the move on God in any place. Campus Ministries wants to
encourage prayer in any form around campus. We desire to encourage and enable prayer
by networking a variety of prayer efforts among students, faculty, and staff.
Message from Pat Robertson Concerning Prayer:
"Prayer is the heart of the Christian life. Through prayer, the Lord has provided an
opportunity for us to have a relationship with Him and a way for us to share our burdens
and concerns with each other. As an institution preparing persons to be Christian leaders,
we are committed to being a community of prayer.
In John 17:20-23, Jesus' last prayer before His crucifixion, He prayed that we would be
as one. I believe that when we join our hearts in prayer we share a oneness that glorifies
the Lord and forms a mighty force in advancing the Kingdom of God here on earth. As
we seek the Lord together, we will build up pillars of prayer so that Regent is built on a
strong foundation. Let us look expectantly for the Lord to move."
Regent Prayer Efforts You Can Join:
Email Prayer Requests
If you have any prayer requests or needs that you would like to be prayed for by faculty, students, and staff, please email: email@example.com.
Prayer Before and After Chapel:
Every week, students have the opportunity to meet before and after University Chapel (12:00 every Wednesday in the Chapel) and UnChapel (8pm every Thursday in the Chapel) to pray with and for other students.
Places to Pray
The Chapel is open for students to pray in regularly from 7am-Midnight. There is also a prayer room in the new chapel that is accessible to students whenever they would like to pray.
The Chapel also boasts a Prayer Garden where students may pray by the fountain and reflect on the goodness of the Lord in the beauty of nature.
The Library Prayer Chapel is also available to students who desire to take a break from their studies to reflect and meditate on the Lord. It is on the second floor of the Library adjacent to the Library Balcony.
To Become Involved:
Mark your calendar for the events and special meetings. Announcements are
made in chapel, dates are posted on Regent University Calendar, and emails will
be sent as reminders.