Know the Story
know the story
Your story. My story. god's story.
"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."
-As a Campus Missionary, you should be both relational and missional in your discovery of God and Scripture.
-Relationships are best formed in small groups. This is where discipleship thrives. As a Campus Missionary you should meet regularly with at least one or two other friends with the purpose of growing in your faith in Christ, no matter where your friends may be on the journey. Start a group and learn someone's story. Share your story. Let God's story change your story.
-You will truly know what you believe when you've been able to sharpen your faith in real conversation with others - when you've had to go to God's Word to seek out answers to questions, or have been forced to look at what you believe from a different perspective. Listen to their story. Share your story. Then share how God's story affects both of you.
-We truly believe when we have heard, experienced, and discussed what we believe.
-As a Campus Missionary, it is your mission to make sure that students at your school know they can have a relationship with God through Jesus.
-A group is any 2 or more people. If you are meeting with at least one other person for the purpose of discovering truth in Jesus, then you are leading a group and discipling. Start a group on your sports team, in the band, at your lunch table, in the library, or at your home.
-As you discuss real life questions with friends, you will discover what God's word has to say to you, and bring them across the bridge with you. This is how you can become a disciple and make disciples at the same time.
"So faith comes by hearing, that is, hearing the Good News about Christ".