The National Director of Collegiate Evangelism for the North American Mission Board will deliver the Campbellsville University Revival Week Chapel address on Wednesday.
Paul Worcester and his wife, Christy, started a Baptist collegiate ministry, known as the Christian Challenge, in 2009 at California State University, Chico.
Their online bio read, “Paul and Christy share a passion for helping people take the next steps by following Jesus and forming leaders.”
Worcester is also part of the team that runs CollegeMinistry.com, which is sponsored by Southern Baptists. He helped start the Campus Multiplication Network, an organization that helps college ministry leaders evangelize and train students and start new ministries.
Worcester is the author of several books on evangelism and college ministry, including “Tips for Start a College Ministry” and “The Fuel and The Flame: Igniting Your College Campus For Jesus Christ” with Steve Shadrach.
His speech begins during the 10 a.m. service Wednesday at Ransdell Chapel, 401 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville. The public is invited to attend.
In addition to the chapel program, Campbellsville University Revival Week will also feature an evening of testimony on Tuesday where students and staff will share how God is working in their lives and an evening of worship on Thursday.
“Revival week is meant to be a time of the semester to make room for spirits and lives to be revived with special times in the word of God, worship and sharing praise of what God has done and done,” said Trent Creason, campus minister at Campbellville University.