By Teresa Neumann: Feb 16, 2008 

Prayer“Our conviction is that empowerment to proclaim the gospel to the nations comes from personal holiness. And personal holiness comes from diligently seeking the face of God, abandoned devotion to Jesus Christ.”

“Return to the Fountain” is a worldwide 21-day prayer and fasting initiative by Christian students around the world to draw youth to return to Christ. (Photo: SVM2)

“Our conviction is that empowerment to proclaim the Gospel to the nations comes from personal holiness. And personal holiness comes from diligently seeking the face of God, abandoned devotion to Jesus Christ,” says a message on the website of Student Volunteer Movement 2 (SVM2), the group organizing the initiative.

According to the report in the Christian Post, participants will choose their own fast, but SVM2 encourages the students to take part in a food fast of some form such as a “Daniel” or partial fast in which certain foods are left out of the diet or a particular meal is skipped during the day.

Six key points listed are:

• God to raise up thousands of new global prayer teams
• God to prepare thousands of people who will preach the Gospel message to the nations
• Increase giving of the Church to those working among the most unreached areas of the world
• Stimulate momentum and activities on campuses for a student mission movement
• Soften unreached areas of the world to be able to receive the truth of Jesus’ love and message.

The report notes that the number “2” in SVM2 indicates it to be the second movement among college students committing themselves as workers for Christ. The first Student Volunteer Movement, says reporter Ethan Cole, occurred around a hundred years ago when there was an uncommon outpouring of mission workers among college students.


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