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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.
Engage skeptics, seekers and Christians with the epic Good News of Jesus. Use our Premiere to launch your four-week Bible study series in the Gospel of John.
This newly released short-film (3 min) from Native American Christians tells the story of Creator God from their perspective. Experience the powerful metaphors of sand and water which describe how Creator relates to us and our world.
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This art display outreach (proxe) features a Native-influenced gospel allegory that engages both Christians and non-Christians with the brokenness of our world and Creator's restorative beauty.
Saying yes to leading a small group is a risk. But it’s also an adventure, and this course will help you take the first step! As you lead, you’ll discover a life-giving community and growing love for Scripture.
RD’s, AD’s, CSM’s and student leaders can collaborate fruitfully on discerning vision for New Student Outreach (NSO). As you have conversations up and down the line you might discover that your plans have complete overlap with your vision and goals. Or you may make a sundae of a variety of flavors that coordinate well together. Both are fantastic!
Four retreats guides that will explore how God’s Spirit invites us into intimacy, forms our character, goes with us in mission, and fuels our ministry of reconciliation and justice.
A guide for doing a simple Native land acknowledgement to honor Native peoples on your campus, conference, or other ministry event.