Western Carolina University
At WCU, we encountered several atheists, many homosexuals, and even a Buddhist; but all of them listened well, asked great questions, and interacted productively. After we finished preaching they clapped for us!
Appalachain State University
On Wednesday, we headed to ASU and while we were setting up, a "shock and awe" preacher showed up. These men are usually Pelagian in their doctrine and bring a message of condemnation. These types of preachers oftentimes get a large crowd in a short period of time. Usually the crowd gets extremely angry and I'm sad to say, its not necessarily because they aren't speaking any Biblical truth, but they fail to speak the truth in love (Eph. 4:15). Nevertheless, the cops came and told the man to move locations, his crowd followed, and we started preaching on the other side of the campus lawn and eventually his crowd slowly came to us. We had 30-60 students at one time asking excellent questions. We had several unbelievers come up to us and thank us for being there and when we finished preaching for the day, the students clapped for us and then thanked us for being there.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
It was a joy to preach at my home base, but as usual, the students were apathetic. Here's a clip of brother Scott Smith preaching the word in front of the education building:
North Carolina State University
It was cold when we preached at NCSU, but we lifted up the name of Christ: