If you've never given a call to faith at a chapter meeting or you think you might need a refresher, Ryan Pfeiffer shares his best practices for calling students to respond to Christ. (This article is part of the 2Calls2Faith campaign to encourage InterVarsity staff to give calls to faith at the first two large groups of the semester.)
Many chapters have their largest attendance at large group during the first month of school. Ryan Pfeiffer shares four ways giving calls to faith at these first large groups can have a dramatic impact on your ministry. (This article is part of the 2Calls2Faith campaign to encourage InterVarsity staff to give calls to faith at the first two large groups of the semester.)
Ideas for framing each of your chapter's events around appealing to and serving people at one of the five thresholds: trusting a Christian, becoming curious, opening to change, seeking after God, and entering the Kingdom.
Everyone on campus fakes it in one way or another. Our "fakeness" actually hurts us and is a barrier in relating to God. This Fake Proxe Station is a full-fledged New Student Outreach campaign that invites all students to be real with each other and real with God.
College students are familiar with the red cup used at parties, but they may never have thought about it as representing their deeper thirsts. Talk with people about the physical thirsts and the internal thirsts we all have, and how we try to quench them ourselves.
In late August, the New York/New Jersey Region started praying for 40 conversions to occur in 40 days among the campuses in their region. Find out how they got their staff, students, and ministry partners on board, and how our faithful God showed up.
Learn how to create a robust follow-up process that will help your chapter reach out to peers who've gone through a Proxe Station, attended an evangelistic outreach, or indicated interest in InterVarsity at New Student Outreach.