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Ethan Green

Hi, my name is Ethan Green, and I have been given the wonderful opportunity to be a part of Campus Aflame, a ministry which seeks to establish prayer groups on college campuses. I am a graduate of Appalachian State University, receiving my Bachelors in Political Science in 2016. I specialized in American Politics and received a Minor in Criminal Justice as well. While attending App State I began going to a Bible study called Collegians for Christ. Here, I served as Vice President, and watched as the Lord used this to grow my faith, and introduce me to new people and friends.

However, my love of politics, and involvement with a campus Bible study, is just an effect of something that goes much deeper. At my core is a burden for the United States of America, a passion for hope to be restored, and a heart that cries out for our land to be healed and made whole again. We all know II Chronicles 7:14, it has been recited so much by leaders, and made reference to so many times by organizations and churches, that it has almost become cliché. But how many of us actually believe it, or sincerely put forth the effort to see its ramifications? The core theme of that verse is conversation and communion with God, which is through prayer and repentance. Thus, this is the key basis for which Campus Aflame exists.

Ethan Green

Hi, my name is Ethan Green, and I have been given the wonderful opportunity to be a part of Campus Aflame, a ministry which seeks to establish prayer groups on college campuses. I am a graduate of Appalachian State University, receiving my Bachelors in Political Science in 2016. I specialized in American Politics and received a Minor in Criminal Justice as well. While attending App State I began going to a Bible study called Collegians for Christ. Here, I served as Vice President, and watched as the Lord used this to grow my faith, and introduce me to new people and friends.

However, my love of politics, and involvement with a campus Bible study, is just an effect of something that goes much deeper. At my core is a burden for the United States of America, a passion for hope to be restored, and a heart that cries out for our land to be healed and made whole again. We all know II Chronicles 7:14, it has been recited so much by leaders, and made reference to so many times by organizations and churches, that it has almost become cliché. But how many of us actually believe it, or sincerely put forth the effort to see its ramifications? The core theme of that verse is conversation and communion with God, which is through prayer and repentance. Thus, this is the key basis for which Campus Aflame exists.