The attached PDF is a list of activities that make up an evangelistic campaign called iCare : a week of opportunities to creatively display, demonstrate, and declare the gospel on campus.* Depending on your capacity (number of involved students, time, finances, etc.), your Cru movement can choose to do some or all of these activities, which are designed to help students interact with non-Christians in unique ways.
Each activity is best accomplished if leadership is shared by a small team of mature student leaders, freeing staff members to provide oversight and consultation without getting bogged down in details.
* iCare Week was created and developed by the Sioux Empire (South Dakota) Missional Team.
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