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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.
A sample calendar to show how tabling, events, and follow up flow together during NSO, with examples for residential, commuter and community colleges, and a blank calendar to plan your own.
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In this post-pandemic season as we recovery on some fronts but also continued hardship and strife, these five studies (from both the Old and New Testaments) help root us in God’s faithfulness to his people who throughout history have endured trial, hardship, famine, persecution, and plagues.
If you haven't created your Instagram account for your chapter, we have a short tutorial to get you running. The example tutorial is for International Student Ministries but can be applied for any ministry chapter.
What does it mean to be South Asian and Christian? Join hosts Caroline Lancaster and Kevin Wilson for real conversations on faith and the South Asian cultural experience.
Discerning what God is doing in each lifecycle of a small group—beginning, middle, and end—and following God into that rhythm is crucial in establishing rhythms of community. This resource will help you know what to expect in each stage and how to prepare.
This worksheet will walk you through the steps of finding apprentices, mentoring them, and creating a roadmap for small group leadership development.
Spending time as a small group in inductive Bible study is a key way to encounter Jesus together. This resource will walk you through the steps of leading a time of inductive Bible study with your small group.
God has granted you and the people in your small group overlapping connections to common friends, social networks, academic departments, and people you see regularly. This resource will help you explore these shared social networks and encounter God together to discern what to do next.
Conflict is complex and a normal part of life. If you have conflict in your small group, it’s a good sign that your group is safe enough to have tension. Conflict, when addressed and resolved, grows the small group closer and healthier, as well as helps everyone in the group mature in emotional and spiritual health. This will help that process.