Our best insights, recommendations, and advice from Greek ministry experts on how to connect well with fraternity and sorority students during New Student Outreach.
Prayer walks are a great way to encounter God on a new campus and explore what God's doing there. Prayer walks help us step out of what's familiar and embrace a posture of curiosity, humility, and expectancy. This resource will help you lead a prayer walk.
This short Bible study on Matthew 9:35-38 can help you and other interested students discern God's invitation and think through your connections on campus.
This 5-week God-Investigation Group (GIG) series includes compelling illustrations, guided discussion, and application questions. Each study also has an accompanying leader's guide with community building suggestions, questions for going deeper, and other leadership insights.
This 4-week God-Investigation Group (GIG) series explores Jesus bringing justice to our world. This Bible study and invitation to faith is designed for skeptics and seekers. Jesus has a word of hope for students engaging in racial justice.
What does Jesus have to do with justice? This 7-week series traces the theme of justice from the Old Testament to the New Testament, offering a biblical basis for justice as an attribute of God’s character and central to God’s mission in the world. This foundational series will propel participants towards a life-long pursuit of justice that is grounded in Jesus.
These three Bible studies in Luke that explore the theme of “here for you” and are designed to take a group through setting a table of hospitality centered on Jesus (Luke 5.27-31), learning to worship Jesus as Lord (Luke 7:36-50) and responding with acts of justice to Jesus’ kingdom (Luke 19:1-10)
How can a small group increase its impact? By becoming a sending community! Sending people out to create more spaces for their friends to encounter God helps us truly bring the Love of God to every corner of campus. Use Multiplying Small Groups to help students gain vision, receive training, and make invitation plans to launch new small groups.