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4th annual GSU Prayer Walk Thursday
Public is invited
Dylan Lee, 20, of Statesboro, and Deuce Gibbs, 21, of Gainesville, Ga., make their way down Georgia Southern's Greek Row by candlelight during the 2018 GSU Prayer Walk. For the fourth year in a row, students will gather to pray for the community and the upcoming school year Thursday at 8:30 p.m. - photo by By SCOTT BRYANT/staff

The fourth annual GSU Prayer Walk on Greek Row is set for Thursday at 8:30 p.m. Liz Corbett, who helped organize the previous years' events, said the public is encouraged to attend. 

"Everyone is invited to come pray as one body of Christ," Corbett said. "Greek, non-Greek, students, alumni, Statesboro community and beyond are invited to pray for students, the college, the school year and the community." 

The event begins with worship music and short student testimonies at the end of Olympic Boulevard on the GSU campus, followed by a time of prayer along Greek Row. 

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