On Thursday evening, high school students from different areas of the states joined the students on campus for College Days, an annual event allowing them to receive a taste of ABI This year, the number of attendees was double that of last year. The weekend began with an evening of fun and games including everything from life size Jenga to a cooking competition using only food items found in a dorm room. The evening ended with a devotion and consecration service. God moved in a tangible way, encouraging and directing students. Friday morning the students and attendees gathered in the sanctuary for early morning prayer. The attendees were able to participate in our daily schedule by attending Old Testament taught by Bro. Poe, Corinthians taught by Bro. Grant, and Principles of Worship with Sis. McGowan. In our student-led chapel service, they experienced worship and preaching. At the end of the school day, the students went to explore the twin cities. One group went to the famous Mall of America while the other explored different areas of St. Paul. The fun-filled evening ended with Prayer Power House, a gathering of the student body in the chapel for a devoted time of prayer. The students spent time seeking God, getting answers and direction. By the conclusion of the service, God had answered many prayers for healing, receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost, direction, and changed lives. The weekend concluded with brunch and fellowship before heading back for their home states. We enjoyed hosting students from around the U.S. and Canada and pray for God’s continued direction in their lives.