One of the Best Hidden Tools on the GodSquad What does it mean to start up a ministry from the ground up? Once you find one or two key students to help you start up the ministry, what do you do next? How important is prayer? How do you better understand your campus? How do […]
The Follow-up of New or Young Believers For new people who have expressed an interest in growing in the Lord and for people who have recently prayed to receive Christ, now is a good time to take them through one-on-one follow-up. On the GodSquad web page there is an excellent series to cover with someone
Reaching Your Campus One important emphasis to keep in mind is giving regular opportunities for students to hear the Gospel message in one form or another. Here are some good strategies to consider: Be trained in the “Knowing God Personally” (KGP) booklet Be sure all your students know how to use the “Knowing God Personally”
Are you having a hard time because people know you’re a Christian? Not everyone will like us. Read John 15:18-27 and 16:1-4 at the bottom. Jesus makes a clear statement to His disciples that the world will hate them but they hated Him first vs. 18. Jesus says to His disciples: 1. The world will
This is the fourth observation from John 15:1-17 that is significant in the whole area of remaining in Christ and bearing fruit. Look at what John 15:7,14-17 and especially notice the underlined phrases; 7 If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be given you.
Making sure your ministry is well advertised each week is an important element throughout your semester. Be sure that anybody who is looking for Christian fellowship or your specific ministry on campus will know how to find you. Do you have posters and flyers up all over campus? Do the students involved with you now
What does it mean to be fruitful for God according to John 15? First, here’s a look at some of the key verses: 2 He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful. 3 You are
Hopefully you’ve had a chance to sharpen your thinking on planning and leading life changing Bible studies on your campus from last weeks tip. This week I wanted to recommend some Bible studies. Or you may decide to switch to one of these studies if you’re already started with a study plan already. Keep in