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Cru staff member David Williams shares his perspective on the history and current climate of race relations in America, and how the gospel calls us to unity.
It’s finally here! Perspective – now on your iPhone!
Perspective Cards, the worldview tool that is sweeping the nation, is now available as an iPhone app. Join creator Barry Warren on a guided tour through the features of the app.
iCare is a faith journey calling us to be intentional about love. We dare you to join us.
How Harvard graduate Kathleen Hudson had her priorities turned upside down.
Mamelodi, South Africa had a need. Boston Cru tried to help. The results were incredible.
An Auburn Cru student’s vocational vision.
Pat McLeod shares from his doctoral research about two of Cru’s most effective evangelistic movements.
The mission of Cru in the city and some of the key gates into the City.
David Platt talks about “the sinner’s prayer” and biblical response to the gospel. Is raising your hand and repeating a prayer bad? How do we respond if we don’t pray a prayer?
We went on campus with a deck of Perspective Cards and talked to people about their worldview. Here’s a brief recap.
Students reaching students: a truly global mission. Come, help change the world.
What if this generation was willing to trade in the pursuit of the American Dream for the pursuit of making an eternal impact? *Courtesy of BlueFishTV.com
Ryan Berg explains why he uses the relational language of the 3 E’s (Embrace the Gospel Personally, Experience the Gospel Together, and Extend the Gospel to Others) instead of Win, Build, and Send.
Ryan Berg explains how Gospel declaration and demonstration – saying and doing – go hand-in-hand.
Native American students share about what it means to follow, search for, and know Jesus Christ in a culturally authentic way. Learn more at our website.
New to Destino and wondering what it is? Watch this to hear from Latino students from all around the country. Then head over to our website and get involved today!
The Epic Movement: bringing the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world through Asian American students and faculty. Want to know more? Check out our website.
Neil Downey uses a Pillow Pet to explain how to display, declare, and demonstrate the gospel. (Full video is 37 minutes, so just watch the first 7.)
Cru and IJM partner for a week of engaging the Colorado State University campus on the dark struggles of modern day slavery and sexual violence.
One local Cru movement partners with a wide variety of campus organizations to help feed starving children, demonstrating the gospel in a powerful way.
CruPress Presents: Seasoned leaders. Relevant topics. Practical training.
What does it really look like to walk by faith on a daily basis? Keith Davy with some practical tips.
Jill Fuhs says, “Don’t just wing it. Have a plan.” Okay, that’s a paraphrase. Watch this and find out what she really says.
Sarah Evers claims that it’s a process and a partnership. Hmmm…
Every Christian has a redemption story. Ben Rivera gives some advice on how to communicate yours.
“We make missionaries.” Tim Henderson explains how Cru.Comm helps us do it.
How do you find, challenge, and equip potential leaders? Bob Fuhs has some ideas.
Sarah Evers teaches an important equation: grace plus truth over time equals growth.
Keith Davy, author of “Satisfied”, explains the biblical basis for the booklet.
Rick James describes how to create a heart atmosphere where the Spirit can thrive.
Sarah Evers with what it means to let Jesus have access to every area of life.
If your weekly meeting is the face of your movement, let Bob Fuhs be your plastic surgeon.
Bob Fuhs thinks retreats and conferences are important. He might be on to something. Watch and judge for yourself.
You’ve just led someone to Christ. Now what? Neil Downey gives a suggestion.
Michelle Blanco gives helpful insight for reaching students of different cultures.
As a Spirit-filled believer who’s been trained to do ministry, you’re in some rare company. Jill Fuhs on why that’s important for the Kingdom.
Sarah Evers describes the key ingredients in spending time with God.
“Satisfied” is an effective tool for explaining the ministry of the Holy Spirit. Ben Rivera gives a few pointers on what to highlight as you walk people through the booklet.
Bob Fuhs has attended more than his share of meetings and has a few guidelines to make them more productive and enjoyable.
The first ingredient is “Bible.” Listen to Tim Henderson to complete the recipe.
Om, no. Marinade, yes. Sarah Evers, you got some ‘splainin’ to do!
Rick James explains how “seeking the kingdom” can push worries to the periphery.
The Gospel in Action is weaving the compassionate words and works of the gospel into the campus ministry in order to change the world. Chip Scivicque explains.
Neil Downey surveys the materials that can turn a newbie into a multiplier.
Jill Fuhs explains how to create a ministry environment that’s attractive to a wide range of people.
When having a spiritual conversation, how do you transition into the gospel and help people respond to the gospel? Keith Davy just might know the answer.
Chip Scivicque on the heart behind the Gospel in Action.
What in the world is O-I-A? Sarah Evers has a secret decoder ring.
Bob Fuhs gives four principles to consider.
Bob Fuhs thinks Fall Retreat is important enough to plan well for it.
Sarah Evers lists the five things that graduating seniors need in order to live missionally after college.
Helpful worship tips from Barry Warren. (He’s kind of a big deal.)
The “two circles” page is the crux of the KGP booklet, but has potential to create confusion if not properly understood and explained. Ben Rivera clears things up.
Why use CruPress materials for discipleship? Neil Downey gives three good reasons.
Tim Henderson describes how clear articulation of the gospel combined with genuine care for people results in changed lives.
There are two types of people: people we know and people we don’t know. Rick James uses Colossians 4 to demonstrate the need to share the gospel with both.
Keith Davy with six signposts for following God’s lead.
So, you’ve been asked to emcee the Cru meeting. Bob Fuhs tells you how.
“How do I disciple people?” Jill Fuhs is glad you asked.
What turns mere “mentoring” into authentic discipleship? Jill Fuhs with the answer.
Adoption is the heart of the gospel. Sarah Evers describes why.
Spiritual interest surveys have been around Cru for decades. Ben Rivera describes how these old-school evangelism tools can still be used in a relevant, effective manner.
Knowing we’re forgiven and feeling forgiven can be two different things. Rick James unpacks what it means to truly experience the forgiveness of God.
Michelle Blanco gives a view of what true biblical community can look like.
Does the thought of strategic planning give you the heebie-jeebies? Bob Fuhs talks you off the ledge, showing the value, simplicity, and benevolence of the strategic planning process.
Bob Fuhs gives three principles for planning your leadership structure on campus.
Rick James knows a thing or two about trials. You should probably pay attention to him.
Sarah Evers describes how confession connects us to the heart of God.
Confession is, essentially, agreeing with God. But what exactly are we agreeing about? Rick James sheds some light on this important subject.
The three ways God uses believers to proclaim the Gospel.
Tim Henderson on the “two-gift box” of the gospel.
Want your movement to impact more people with the gospel? Ben Rivera has one idea that’s just crazy enough to work.
Who is Jesus? What has he done? Why is it important? In answering these questions, Keith Davy describes the essence of the gospel.
Bob Fuhs helps you plan your ministry activity calendar.
Just how important is prayer to a ministry? In a word: paramount. Rick James explains.
There are only a few key principles of evangelism, but lots of different methods. Neil Downey helps decipher the difference.
Keith Davy explains the precepts behind the CoJourners evangelism paradigm.
Jill Fuhs on why being strategic is better than being random.
Jill Fuhs describes what it means to give every person in a defined area the chance to hear the gospel.
In order to reach the entire campus, you can’t try to reach the entire campus. Sounds like a contradiction, right? Bob Fuhs attempts to clear things up.
So, not many freshmen are getting involved in your Cru movement. Bob Fuhs gives five potential reasons why.
Former professor Jay Lorenzen challenges Cru movements to relate to faculty members differently.
Praying together is important. Sarah Evers gives some pointers for how to create an environment where people experience authentic communication with God.
What happens after we mess up sexually? Sarah Evers describes how to experience forgiveness.
Who better to teach you how to use Cru.Comm than the author, Tim Henderson? (That was a rhetorical question.)
Ben Rivera gives you six key questions that help clarify the content of the “Would You Like to Know God Personally?” booklet.
Keith Davy teaches how to be an Explorer. Turns out, it’s not as hard as you might think.
Keith Davy shows you how to communicate the gospel in a brief, conversational manner.
How do you help people overcome obstacles on their journey to Christ? Keith Davy with some sound advice.
Keith Davy discusses what it means to encourage and equip people on their spiritual journey.
How do you manage all your ministry contacts in a way that’s simple, thorough, and accessible? That’s easy! MissionHub has easier connections, easier communication, and easier tracking, making it, well, easy to care for the people who need you most.
How to have engaging, comfortable, and life-changing spiritual conversations.
How to best use Perspective to share your faith.
God is drawing people to Himself. We have the privilege of helping them understand the good news.
These two illustrations will come in handy.
Great spiritual conversations + a new way to share your faith = awesome!
For the beginning user, this equipping video explains the heart behind (as well as the nuts & bolts of) a Soularium™ dialogue.
Practical steps for making the transition beyond the five Soularium™ questions into further gospel conversations.
What happened when a group of students who were skeptical about initiative evangelism tried something new.
Keith Davy demonstrates how to effectively share the gospel using our coolest format on Apple’s coolest gadget.
Using the outdoors to help people grow in relationships (with God and each other), in character, and in leadership.
Cities set the tone for society. Who will reach the most influential cities in the world?
Where can every student go to ask important questions about life?
A true story of how one person has impacted many lives across Canada and around the world.
A creative explanation of the five things necessary to live missionally after college.
A great explanation of what the Cru movement at Ball State University is all about.
Short films reach a unique audience with the gospel. Like Angelica.
College students are the future leaders of the world. Who will shape them?
God is hiring. He’s got some great positions available.
College students have a lot of important decisions to make.
Confession, Abiding, Reliance, and Lordship: That’s the Spirit-filled life!
For on international student, multiplying his faith is “just very simple.”
Use your talents for God’s glory.
Help shape the lives of high school students.
Two guys channel Colbie Caillat.
Rick James describes the Spirit-filled life
What is the book about?
What does it really mean to “die to self?”
c456, the first ever Cojourners video series. Pt 1.
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