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Answers to Top Five Questions Students Would Ask God

“If you could ask God any question, what would it be?” Hundreds of students were recently asked this question and they came up with these five:…

Meeting and Relating to Students

In order to meet students, you need to go where students hang out and take the initiative to get to know them…

How to Follow Up New Christians

Unbelievable! Several students just received Christ at an outreach. So now what? How do you respond to help a person who has just received Christ? “Follow-Up” is the answer!…

Gathering Students

Have you ever been in a club that was trying to recruit new members? You may have had a party and invited other students to come check your club out, or you may have had a sign-up table at a student event…

Turning the Conversation to Christ

How often have you felt the prompting of the Holy Spirit to share the gospel with someone you know but you think, “I just don’t know how to bring it up.”

Becoming an Insider

“The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us.” John 1:14 (NIV)

How To Prepare A Bible Study Lesson

You have a group of people who want to learn more about the Bible, and they want you to teach them? What an awesome responsibility! I’m sure you’ll be praying about it and asking God for help…

Taking the Initiative

Jesus was never satisfied with just news-weather-sports type relationships. His commitment to people was much deeper. He was always aware of needs – eternal needs…

Cru: Start Here!

Here’s a step-by-step guide to START a ministry at your local high school or middle school campus…

Mapping Your Campus

What is one thing that you will treasure when you leave high school? Here’s a hint: It will collect dust and make your own children laugh in years to come. It’s not your favorite outfit or a sports trophy, but – you guessed it: your school yearbook…

The 250 Evangelism Ideas for Your Campus

The 250 Evangelism Ideas For Your Campus is a tremendous resource, consisting of ideas that college students have used to reach out to their classmates. Many of the ideas can easily be adapted to use with high school students…

Decoding the Campus Questionnaire

1. What is this school most known for academically and athletically?..

Planning and Conducting an Outreach

You and some friends of yours have this great idea. You think it would be cool if the whole school had the opportunity to receive Christ. Wow! As you start to work through your idea, you begin to wonder, “Is it really possible to reach all the students on the campus?…

Faith Track Bible Studies

Six ready-to-use Bible studies available in Acrobat PDF format. These Bible studies are designed for a target group follow-up after a team meeting. They can also be used for one-on-one appointments with students…

Sharing Your Personal Testimony

A personal testimony is a prepared version of your coming to faith in Christ. It is designed to communicate – in a specific period of time (usually about 3 minutes) – what attracted a person to Christ…

How to Lead a Small Group

So you want to lead a small group Bible study? But you’re wondering, “What do I do? What will I teach? Will the group even listen to me? Can I really do this?” Sure you can! Here are some thoughts that will help begin your small group…

Testimony Worksheet

What are specific changes and illustrations about the changes Christ has made in my life, actions, and attitudes?…

Choosing the Right People for Your Team

Expansion to a new school takes a team God never intended for anyone to function alone in ministry. He sent the disciples out two by two as a model for us. As a Local Leader, you need to put together a team of folks who can partner with you to take the gospel to as many students as possible in your area…

Working with Other Christians on Campus

The key to campus ministry is cooperation and networking with other Christians on campus and the community. Your ministry will never realize its full potential until you have successfully worked with other Christians and have pulled together in the effort of winning souls for Christ…

Adult Informational Meeting

Have this meeting in a place where people will feel comfortable. Once you start, welcome everyone and introduce yourself. Let them know briefly how you came to faith in Christ and why you want to reach out to students at your school…

Involving Adults in Ministry

If you are a student, do yourself a favor and get an adult to take on this responsibility! In most cases, they will enjoy it and have more success…

Mobilizing Students to Pray

“Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.” Jeremiah 33:3 (NIV)

Developing Prayer Partners

We are here in Orlando, Florida at the site of the most incredible news story in all of recorded history. If I wasn’t here seeing it with my own eyes, I would not believe it. People are walking around in a stupor…

Getting to Know Your School

As you prepare to go hiking, whether in the Rocky Mountains or through an Amazon jungle, you must first know where you’re headed. Without a map and a compass, your trip is doomed to aimless wandering at best, and death at worst…