Embracing a new chapter in God's story
As you continue to explore your life's purpose ... let's journey together!
Over the course of 8 weeks, learn more about your leadership, influences, finances and experiences and how you can multiply them for kingdom impact.
The Multiplying Your L.I.F.E study asks some good questions like, “What difference does my faith really make at work?” and “Can we as a community of Christ followers make an impact in our community and city for God’s Kingdom?”. The study will help you explore how you can be used to advance God’s Kingdom, help you to explore the relevance of your faith in your personal and professional life, and help you understand your calling to missions individually and collectively. It will also help you to prayerfully and strategically plan how to make and impact on your community, your city, and the world.
New groups will be starting in August! Contact Meredith.Stuart@cru.org to get connected.
The Birkman assessment is a personality and occupational tool used in professional companies around the world. Learn more about yourself: your behavior, needs, stress, and interests and use that information to move into the working world with a greater understanding of how God created you to bless others.
This assessment costs $70.
Contact Meredith.Stuart@cru.org for more information.
Cru Church Movements
Cru Church Movements will connect you to other like-minded Cru staff and partners who desire to make Jesus known by resourcing the church, multiplying the church, and serving the city through compassion pathways.
June 23: Living a Prayer-Care-Share Lifestyle
Let’s talk about how every follower of Jesus can share Christ and make disciples, and learn practical ways to engage with others where we live, work, learn, and play.
June 25: The Challenge of Our Day
We’ll explore the need for leaders to awaken to the heart of Jesus and put their feet where His heart leads.
One of our highest priorities is to co-create an onramp for campus-trained multiplying leaders to expand the Church’s missional capacity and to help young adults experience the love of Jesus through a vital church community.
Ultimately, we long to create a pipeline that mobilizes campus ministry alumni into missional communities, partnering with thriving churches and church planting launch teams that allows graduates to help multiply and increase leadership capacity for the Church’s witness in the city.
To get connected contact Todd.Johnson@cru.org
Sent 6:7 is a process to equip people to initiate, build and multiply churches, faith communities and discipleship groups, so that every follower of Jesus has a place for connection, growth and training for mission.
During the training you’ll learn the simple, transferable pathways of how to:
- mobilize and equip believers for the harvest
- multiply new faith communities
- and grow in a leadership community.
If you are interested, this training will take -place online this fall. Contact Todd.Johnson@cru.org to register for the training.
Cru Embark will connect you to other ministry for 20-somethings who want to thrive spiritually in life after college, connect people to Jesus, and develop into leaders who shape culture for God's Kingdom.
Embark focuses on adding value to what God is already doing in the city and unleashing men & women in their defining decade. The Embark Network desires to:
- Be public about faith in Jesus
- Champion the local church
- Build bridges cross-culturally
- Respond to the needs of the city
Contact Francis.Floth@cru.org to connect with Embark in San Diego, Chicago, D.C. or New York.
Cru Educators Forum
The Educators Forum will connect you with other teachers and educators who desire to make an impact in schools.
Tuesday, July 7th at 8 p.m. EDT
Hear from Bill Ziegler about student and teacher religious rights. Bill is a Principal and the author of chaselearning.org.
Tuesday, July 14th at 8 p.m. EDT
Hear from a panel of 3 former Cru graduates about how to survive the first year in education personally, spiritually, and professionally. You will get to hear perspectives from each area: elementary, middle and high school.