The college campus is a unique environment where students attend class together, study together, work together, eat together and live together. It is a place of 24/7 interaction at a time when life decisions are being made, making the campus a rich environment for the spread of the Gospel.
“The disciples were ﬁrst called Christians at Antioch.” (Acts 11:26)
The disciples at Antioch displayed substantially diﬀerent lives, so much so that they received a new descriptor that became the name for followers of Jesus Christ world-wide. What separated these believers from the moralistic religious adherents around them?
Sharing the Gospel with students on campus is one of the personal highlights of ministry. The collegiate missions team is ministering to a generation that has minimal Christian background and is biblically illiterate. Reactions to the Good News are myriad: anger, indignation, rejection, acceptance. But perhaps the two common responses to the Gospel are doubt and confusion.