Starting a Group on Campus
Starting a ministry on your campus is easier than you may think. Just walk through this process step-by-step.
Discipleship is about helping new and young believers grow in their walks with God. Check out The Compass: the Campus Ministry’s complete guide to personal discipleship.
You can also learn more about discipleship online at StartingWithGod.com
Leading a Ministry
Planning the Campus Year
How to Publicize Your Group
How to Lead a Prayer Meeting
The First Six Weeks
- Investigative Bible Studies
- The First Six Weeks
- Freshman Survival Kits
- 30-Second Surveys
- Launching the Group
- Men’s and Women’s
- Freshman Strategy
Small Groups are the heart of your ministry so no skill is more important than learning how to lead an effective Study. You’ll find out everything you need to know in this series of articles.
Sweet posters and flyers to publicize weekly meetings and bible studies.
Containing over 100 Bible Studies (8 semesters worth of content) written for students, Cru.Comm is the Campus Ministry’s complete Small Group curriculum.
Community isn’t just a ministry activity, it’s the context and atmosphere in which the entire ministry happens. For ideas and insights, check out the articles in the Community library…
Men & Women
The articles in this section draw heavily on two Campus Ministry resources: FLESH (For Men) and FANTASY (For Women).
Outreach & Evangelism
The following tools and resources will equip those in your ministry to share Christ more effectively and relationally.
- Sharing KGP and The Big Six
- CoJourner Transferable Concept
- CoJourners Equipment Pack & Devotional
- C456 Videos
- Getting Biblical About Evangelism
- Overflow Today
As a ministry we’re not just reaching students in the U.S., but taking the gospel to the entire world. The following articles will help you get the big picture of what God is doing in the world.
- The Powerful Percent
- The World Wide Student Network
- Mission Impossible
- A Taste For International Ministry
- An Eternal Perspective
- How to Fulfill the Great Commission
- Good Words-Good Deeds