KWU Virtual Chapel

We put our hope in the Lord. He is our help and our shield.
Psalm 33:20

This Virtual Chapel is a place for you to stop, breathe & focus. Whether it is to leave a prayer request, watch a devotional video, mental health tools, or just find other resources, this Virtual Chapel is for you.

To the students, faculty, and staff of KWU:

“ I lift each of you up in prayer this morning! No matter what you are dealing with today or in the days to come, know that God is with you! Lord protect and provide for each us as we go through our days! In Jesus name we pray, AMEN!”

—Dr. Allen D. Smith, KWU, Student Support Advisor

Kansas Wesleyan 10:00 am (local)
Daily Time of Prayer

Dear Coyote Family, What if everyone connected with the Kansas Wesleyan University family called out to God in a multitude voices from where they are?
With that in mind, I am asking all of us to set 10:00 each morning as a Time of Prayer. Set your alarm on your phone, watch, or computer and when is vibrates/dings/alerts you at 10:00 each day, spend a moment in conversation with God. Invite your family, friends, classmates, fellow faculty, staff, children and your neighbor to join us.
· Pray for the researchers who are working to find a treatment and cure.· Pray for our health care workers and first responders who are on the front lines.· Pray for those around the world making sure that supplies are available.· Pray for our governments as they struggle to make good decisions, in lite of this situation.· Pray for those who are in a battle for their life today· Pray for safety for all of us· Pray for those who are grieving loss.· Pray that God will continue to work around this world. Think of it. At 10:00 EST people will pray on the east coast. At 10:00 CST we will all be praying in the center of the country. At 10:00 MST the people in the Rocky Mountain region will be praying. At 10:00 PST the Coyote family on the west coast will be praying. What an incredible moment in time this is for us to collectively seek God’s face together. Will you join me? Let people say, “Something unexplainable happened during the COVID-19 outbreak. The world joined to pray, and seek God’s guidance on how they can overcome fear and worry. They pursued loving our God and their neighbor, more intentionally than ever before.” And of course, we will know exactly what that something is…. God! We put our hope in the Lord. He is our help and our shield. Psalm 33:20 Peace & Grace,Scott JagodzinskeCampus MinisterKansas Wesleyan University