see you at the pole at augusta university By: Brooke Arnold

On Wednesday September 28th, students and faculty gathered around the flagpole in the center Augusta University to pray for their university, fellow students, faculty members, and their country as a whole. See You at the Pole has been gathering across the world in schools on September 28th for over twenty-five years. The main objective of See You at the Pole is about uniting students all over the globe in prayer for their generation. It was a sunny morning on campus filled with worship, prayer, coffee, and donuts. There were over twelve religious student organizations that attended See You at the Pole, as well as faculty members and students. The morning started with a time to gather and have coffee and donuts, then the attendees transitioned into a time of listening to worship music led by a fellow Augusta University student. After singing worship songs the praying began, the group prayer was a time when faculty, students, and even the University’s Chaplin were all able to pray over their community. Christy Bagby who is on staff with YoungLife and helped to plan the event said “I was encouraged to see students boldly stepping up to proclaim their faith and pray for their fellow students. It was obvious that many students and faculty care for each other and want their peers to have the same hope for the future that they have.” Christy was simply encouraged to see students reaching out to love each other in a Godly manner. Kayden Evans who is a psychology major at AU said “see you at the pole was a really cool opportunity for people on campus to gather and lift up the school in prayer. It was an incredible experience to be in the center of campus with fellow believers worshiping and praying together.”

Senior Kayden Evans passes out See You At The Pole brochures
Students and faculty gather around the flag pole to pray for Augusta University
Augusta University Chaplain, Dr.Flowers prays over AU

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