We exist to honor God by establishing Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered, socially responsible churches and campus ministries in every nation.
We believe that God has called us to reach the next generation.
If we reach the campus, we reach future leaders.
Historically, the university campus has been a seedbed of culture shapers and world leaders—sometimes for good, sometimes for evil. If we reach them with the gospel now, they will one day change the world for Jesus.
If we reach the campus, we reach families.
Statistically, people are most open to the gospel during their time at university; and with every student reached, we see the potential to reach the entire family with the gospel.
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.
HOW EVERY NATION REACHES THE CAMPUS:
- We reach the campus by intentionally planting churches in cities with significant student populations.
- We reach the campus through existing Every Nation churches which serve and engage the university campuses in their cities.
- We reach the campus by training and sending church-based campus missionaries in our Every Nation Schools of Campus Ministry. Currently, there are Schools of Campus Ministry in Cape Town, Nashville and the Philippines
Central Luzon Leaders' Convergence - 2016
I am currently serving As the Regional Director for Central Luzon. My job is to oversee our 39 campus missionaries in over 15 campus ministries, involved with more than a hundred campuses all across the region.
Campus ministry has allowed us to impact the lives of students and see their lives transformed by the power of God.
This is Macky.
Macky's was reached out when he was still a student in Bulacan State University. He came from an impoverished family and had very low self-esteem. He cannot hold a proper conversation, occasionally looking downward and not maintaining eye-contact, due to his shyness and low self-confidence. He will often come to our youth gathering sweaty, because he would take a 4-kilometer run to save money. He didn't have concrete dreams and didn't seem excited for his future.
Today, Macky is a plant supervisor at one of the industrial plants in Pulilan, Bulacan. God had met Macky through the campus ministry, where he was coached and mentored in leadership, integrity, faith and excellence. His life went through a radical transformation from the Macky who was shy and socially awkward, to a confident leader who dreams big for the people he supervises.
macky is just one of the thousands of students that have experienced changed lives by the Power of God through campus ministry.