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Drugs. Jail. Jesus. Miracles

Drugs. Jail. Jesus. Miracles

I sent this message out to the Student Church community at StudentChurch.org today. Are you trusting God for student-led movements for the gospel on your campus? Join the global online community for student churches and mobilizers! Bear was a freshman at Haskell...

“Silly Christians” and Seeds for the Gospel

“Silly Christians” and Seeds for the Gospel

“Silly Christians,” Joe says with a smirk…

An hour later, we see Joe again on campus. I’m filled with faith for this guy.

“Hey, man,” I say as I point my finger at him. “God’s got a great destiny for your life if you’ll stop running from him.”

He smirks at me and walks away. Yes, I feel powerful and mighty.

Twenty feet later, he suddenly stops in his tracks.

Searching for Bear

“If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them gets lost…won’t he leave the 99 others in the wilderness and go search for the one that is lost until he finds it?” Sometimes stories happen that remind us of God’s amazing commitment to track down those He loves and bring...

Student Churches Loving Muslims

Native Americans reaching out to Muslim students in their city? These are the kinds of stories I imagine Jesus smiles about. Below is a story from three student church planters (two of them are Native American) who were trained at one of our summer Student CPx...

Story from a Student Church at Haskell

Last week, my father in law and I took my 7 year old son Ethan on a wilderness camping and fly fishing trip in the Colorado mountains. It was a challenge for me personally, because I saw so many pressing ministry needs happening at Haskell University, a Native...

Student Account of Student CPx Austin

    A student movement is growing on college campuses around the world. Students in love with Jesus and inspired by His love are going as missionaries to their campus. They join with Jesus to seek and save the lost, and they endeavor to start simple churches on campus...

Scooters, Megachurch, and CPM in Taiwan

      I'm riding on the back of a scooter the wrong way down an alley, running red lights, and cutting in and out of congested traffic. Traffic lights are more like "traffic suggestions" here. This was part of my cultural experience in Taiwan.      Dominating the...

Building Bridges; Untying Knots

Sometimes everyday events in our lives have prophetic significance - divine lessons to be mined when we take a moment to step back and ponder. Today I built a bridge with a Native American friend, John* (not his real name). Literally, we built a bridge. There is a...

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