These best practices will help you expand your witness to your campus.
A proxe is a set of large, interactive visual displays meant to start spiritual conversations on campus (with passers-by, both strangers and friends). The term proxe is a made-up word that we use for interactive art displays that lead to the Gospel.
This art display outreach (proxe) features a Native-influenced gospel allegory which engages both Christians and non-Christians with the brokenness of our world and Creator's restorative beauty. Students have been stunned to see Creator Sets Free (Jesus), who meets them in life's deserts and offers to transform all things.
The goal is to be doers of the word, not just hearers. We are creating a “culture of response.” It can feel awkward the first time you invite others to respond to God’s word. We suggest 2 weeks in a row, to help you get comfortable with inviting others to respond.
New Believer Witness
The testimony of a new believer is one of the best ways to awaken faith on campus. With three weeks of mentoring, you can help new believers tell their story to their non-Christian friends and see a ripple effect of conversions.
New Believer Mentoring Guide
Coach every new believer in your chapter to share their story of faith with their friends.