REACH: HERE, THERE, EVERYWHEREImagine if: Friday night, Sam and several new pledges from his fraternity spread out a map of the world and pray for the unreached peoples in North Africa. Across campus later that week, Sara, a business major, adds a Chinese Minor and intentionally spends more time with Chinese students and begins to learn their language. Joe, remains in his freshman dorm as a Resident Advisor to lead a bible study, helping other students learn about Scripture and the needs around the world for laborers. Later that summer, Jennie and her best friend spend the summer in the Middle East to learn about what it would look like to share the Gospel among Muslim women long-term. They are praying God sends them back. Upon graduation, Eric, an engineering graduate student, interviews with international companies in the hopes of being sent overseas to use his degree. He lands a job in India where he hopes to share the Gospel with his Hindu colleagues and mobilize Indian believers toward the 2000 unreached people groups in north India.
Does this happen on your campus? Could your ministry see 100 students sent to the nations over the next 5 years? Could 50% of all your students live out World Christian habits? Absolutely! When our ministries line up with God’s passion for His glory among all people, crazy things can happen. Is there something God wants to bless more?
Read the article at http://www.campusministrytoolbox.org/journal/international-mobilization/.
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