Our vision in Cru is launching movements everywhere until everyone knows someone who truly follows Jesus.
It’s a big picture goal of what we are trusting God to do through our movements. But what does this practically look like as we lead our movements today?
The steps to reach our vision are prayer, win, build, and send. We call this our Cru DNA. Each part of our DNA plays a unique role in the development of a movement culture and vision for building a spiritual movement.
Later, we will unpack each section (Pray, Win, Build, Send) and provide more resources, but here is a quick explanation and some ideas, followed by a sample plan.
Through prayer we express dependence upon the Lord for our life and ministry, trusting Him to change lives. Some practical ways to do this would be…
The greatest thing we can do for another person is to show them how they can know for sure that God loves them, that while they are sinners, Jesus died for them, and that all they need to do is trust Him to be Lord and Savior. Some practical ways to do this would be...
Once a person comes to Christ, we want to help them grow in their relationship with God.
Finally, we want to send students on to the next place where God will grow them and use them to win, build, send others as life-long followers of Jesus.
Below is a sample plan for what three weeks of prayer, win, build, and send could look like. Why not map out something like this each month? Evaluate it and update it with your current reality.
Wouldn’t it be great if we all took steps of faith, in the power of the Holy Spirit, to live out this Cru DNA every week of the school year? What might God do in and through us?
How do we know if we are being successful in leading our movement? Here are some things to consider.
There are times of the year in which students have more time available and others when exams seep into every minute of their schedule. Here are some rhythms of the school year, and Cru ministry, that you will want to be aware of.
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