Mission: The Impact Movement equips Black students to become disciples of Jesus Christ who integrate their faith into every aspect of life.
Purpose: Every student involved in Impact is challenged to enthusiastically embrace and to critically understand their ethnic identity as integral to the ministry of the Gospel on campus, in the community, and throughout the world.
Year Founded: 1991
Ministry Presence: On more than 60 campuses.
"Darnell J. Wilson climbed on a table and said, 'We are The Impact Movement. Who wants a free water bottle?' He started throwing bottles into the crowd. 'Surprisingly, people caught ‘em, but one person got hit in the head,' he said."
It has been more than five decades since the 1963 March on Washington where Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech was delivered. Yet none of us can say we have fully lived up to Dr. King Jr.'s vision.
Why is it still so difficult for us to embrace and live out Dr. King's dream, even more than 45 years later?
LaDonna Wilburn wanted to quit the band before it gave its first performance.
While in college, nationally-renowned Christian hip-hop artist Lecrae Moore experienced life change at a national conference for young African Americans.
How The Impact Movement was born and what they seek to accomplish today.
Charles Gilmer explains the mission of the Impact Movement.
How to contact The Impact Movement including their mailing address, phone number and e-mail address, as well as hyperlinks for short-term mission and career opportunities
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