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Bingo is fun! It doesn’t matter where you start. Each square has something helpful for you during NSO. Pick a few of the squares that are most interesting to you. Eventually, you will try to get a “black out” of your entire card by using each square as you prepare for New Student Outreach.
When your ministry has fun, new people (Christians, skeptics, and seekers) feel connected and welcome. Here are 10 Tips and Tricks from across the country to level up your fun.
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There are Muslim international students on your campus but, while they may be curious, most will not show up at a typical InterVarsity or ministry event. We need to go to them. But it’s very easy to get started. Walking up and introducing yourself is one of the best ways to make a new friend. This resource will teach you how!
How can we reach and follow up with Southeast Asian students by showing care and hospitality? This guide has five tips on how to reach and follow up with Southeast Asian students.
How can we do evangelism together as a community? Learn your community’s strengths and take communal next steps using the Belong-Engage-Commit Community Map.
Our best insights, recommendations, and advice from faculty ministry experts on how to meet and connect well with faculty during New Student & Faculty Outreach, and beyond.
Our best insights, recommendations, and advice from MBA ministry experts on how to connect well with MBA students during new Student Outreach.
Lunch break is an open space for community building, deeper conversations, and storytelling through food. It is a fun way to casually get to know people through a meal and intentional conversation. Build trust and relationship by inviting someone new and exploring the conversation topics below. Part of the "Have You Eaten Yet?" Campaign.
The “Have You Eaten Yet?” Campaign invites us to reflect on our food, hospitality, and authentic community. Learn more about some of the fun HYEY-themed swag (buttons, cards, stickers, and more!) so you can give them away at tabling events, in care packages or goodie bags.