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University students, come and Carry The Love

by Gabriel Ong // September 8, 2017, 2:01 pm

Carry The Love

Carry the Love 2017 (CTL) is a prayer worship tour set to be held across five universities in Singapore, organised by students from various universities, churches and fellowship groups with the same heart to see God move in the nation’s college campuses.

NTU: September 11, 7pm
SMU: September 12, 7pm
SIT: September 13, 7pm
SUTD: September 14, 7pm
NUS: September 15, 7pm


Inspired by their experience at Permission to Dream (PTD) – another cross-church, non-denominational event which took place over 3 campuses earlier this year, CTL is a worship tour organised by students from various universities, churches and fellowship groups with the same heart to see God move in our schools.

This time, they are moving across 5 different campuses. “God is doing a work”, says Xin Hui, one of CTL’s organisers. The group collectively senses a “momentum” in the spiritual atmosphere of Singapore.

The vision: To see universities transformed by God’s love. “God’s love has the power to transform. We’re claiming it for our generation,” said Xin Hui.

So, whichever university you belong to: Stand up and be counted. Come claim your school for Jesus and lift the plea to God in worship.

If you’re already a working adult, you can still come. Come and pray revival with the young. Come and be part of a generational movement.

About the author

Gabriel Ong

Gabriel isn't a hipster, but he loves his beard and coffee. In his spare time, he'd rather be on a mountain.