Reports of revival at another US University

Revival, FSU baptisms

Christian Author Jennie Allen has posted reports of hundreds of students getting baptised at Florida State University. “They confessed their sin,” she posted on Instagram.
“They came forward in droves tonight to trust Jesus.
“We baptized hundreds in a fountain usually used for partying and worse. 
“And it’s all just the beginning. It literally is everywhere I go right now.

“Revival is here. And there is no explaining it- when it’s God!”

In another post she reported “4,500 Florida State University (one of the biggest party schools in the nation) students confessed struggles and sin tonight. Hundreds came forward to trust Christ. And this is them singing and dancing as they head to spontaneous baptisms.”

Conservative news source Christian broadcasting Network CBN have picked up on Allen’s reports. “The impromptu baptisms were the result of a free worship event titled Unite FSU that was held on Thursday, Feb. 15 at the university’s Donald L. Tucker Civic Center,” CBN reports. Jonathan “JP” Pokluda, the lead pastor of the Harris Creek Baptist Church in Waco, Texas, and Allen were the featured speakers. Unite is a movement of college students united to lift the name of Jesus, according to the organization’s website

One mother commented on the inst feed “My daughter was one of the students who was baptized in the fountain that night after the conference!  Praise God!!!”

Jennie Allen is a graduate of Dallas Theological seminary, and Harris Creek Baptist Church, described a s a megachurch is a member of the Southern Baptist Convention.

The Other Cheek does not know whether the numbers are accurate – but reports of students coming to Christ are welcome. The CBN story was run on Charisma News, but other major outlets have not featured it.

Image: FSU Baptisms CreditJennie Allen Instagram