CAMPUS MINISTRY Change the Campus. Change the world

Sounds big and crazy right? Well, actually it's NOT.

In Every Nation Ministries, we exist to honor God and advance His Kingdom. We do church planting, world mission and campus ministry.

This collage depicts the "God Test" where students from different campuses and campus missionaries share about the gospel to total strangers.
Student leaders in Mindanao State University took the time to pray for the campus and for more souls to know Jesus
This is a small group where students talk about life and listen to the word of God.

Together with other campus missionaries, we believe that when we touch the lives of the students in campuses, we will eventually impact the world. How so? Kindly scroll down to find out.

Life Class where we teach student about L.I.F.E which stands for Leadership, Integrity, Faith and Excellence

If we reach the campus , we reach future leaders.

It doesn’t matter which nation we’re talking about: their future leaders are on high school, college and university campuses. Virtually all world’s presidents, prime ministers, senators, members of parliaments, bankers, lawyers, judges, teachers, doctors, and business leaders have passed through the college and university system. In other words, the campus is where we find the future influencers in every critical aspect of a nation’s culture. Historically, the campus has been a seedbed of culture shapers and world leaders – sometimes good, sometimes for evil. If we reach them with the gospel now, they will one day change the world for Jesus. Imagine if these students are given the opportunity to hear about Jesus and follow His example to live a life of leadership, integrity, faith and excellence!

This is Michael Malaluan. Last year, he graduated MAGNA CUM LAUDE in Notre Dame of Dadiangas University with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Medical Technoogy. In 2009, he was reached out by a campus missionary and was introduced to Jesus.

This is how he describes how God changed him, "Before, I was doing well in school because I was just driven by pressure from parents and the insecurity and longing to be noticed and appreciated/affirmed by an award or by people. Meeting Jesus totally changed my perspective and it freed me from the frustrating cycle of performing and feigning. Knowing that I am loved even in my flaws, I stopped running after people's opinions. It made me unafraid to improve and to my best despite my inevitable failures. Because even at my failure, real Love accepts me. I started to improve more not because I ran after acceptance but because I ran after honoring the One who loves me 'coz He deserves my best in every thing."

If we reach the campus, we reach families

Statistically, people are most open to gospel during their time at campus. When we reach a student, we potentially reach a family. And a family is the basic unit of the society. When families become strong and changed by the power of the gospel, eventually, the course of this nation changes.

Arnessa actually grew up knowing God. Yet it was only head knowledge. Until, she was reached out through campus ministry and encountered Jesus Christ. She now has relationship with God and is continuously being transformed to be kind of daughter whom God would wanted her to be in her family. She started to honor her parents (because rebellion does not please God) and she literally has the conviction to no longer lazy around their house. Because of these changes, she was able to bring the entire family to the church.
Arnessa and her family is now attending one of our Sunday services.

If we reach the campus, we reach the world

Culturally, university campuses are becoming more and more diverse, giving us a unique opportunity to reach the nations with the gospel by reaching out to international students in our cities.

Can you see a greater opportunity through Campus Ministry?

This is Vangie. She was a student whom we were able to reach out when she was yet in 1st year college. She then opened up about how she felt so lost and insecure in life because she came from a broken family. She grew up pessimistic and felt purposeless, worthless in life because she was just born out of wedlock. That was who she was until she heard of the gospel – the good news that Jesus Christ, the Son of God came down to earth to save her from her sins and insecurities, and demonstrated how loved and valuable she was even before she was born! This act of love liberated her from the false identity she knew she was and has come to realized her true value. She found hope and meaning in life when she was introduced to Jesus Christ through campus ministry.
Last year, she graduated CUM LAUDE in Mindanao State University and now a licensed agriculturist. And because of the impact that God brought to her life, she also has the heart to do campus ministry in full time capacity. She is an incoming campus missionary and is excited to reach out more students for Jesus!
At the end of the day, the win is for us to share Jesus to the students in campuses and see lives changed!

Yet, this is the question, "...How shall they hear without a preacher? How shall they preach, unless they are sent?" Romans 10:14-15

This is the latest batch of Campus Missionaries who answered the call of doing Campus Ministry in full-time capacity.

Together we can impact the world!

Ministry Partners, like YOU can make it happen.

I, Jecca, am presently developing a team of partners for my ministry assignment with Every Nation Ministries. In order to get to my mission field as quickly as possible, I trust the Lord to provide individuals who will make monthly investments of P5,000, P3,000 or P1,500.

Your financial support sends me to the campus which I'm reaching out for Jesus!

Would you at this time partner with God in reaching out the next generation through your monthly investment of P5,000, P3,000 or P1,500?

Jessica Camacho, Campus Missionary in Mindanao State University || General Santos City jessica.camacho@everynationcampus.org || 0921-371-9883 || BPI Account No: 0829434881

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