Bringing Christ to School
1 John 4:10
Theme: Challenge students and adults to bring C.H.R.I.S.T. to their world by living ''His life''.
Suggested Search Categories or Themes: Back to School, Youth, Campus Missionary, Campus, Missionary, Teenager, Student Ministry, Challenge, Evangelism
Have you ever wondered how God may want to use you in your day-to-day life...right where He planted you?
Wherever we find our selves each day. . .God is already there, and already at work! He is seeking a people called out to be His worshippers, to see people ''from every nation, tongue and tribe,'' become His followers (Revelation 7:9-10). His heart and desire is that none should perish. (2 Peter 3:9, 10) He is active in reaching people who face a Christ-less eternity, with the good news of the gospel of Christ. We have the privilege and calling to join Him in His rescue mission.
Students and youth workers across America are working together to see that the opportunity and invitation to meet Jesus Christ personally is available within the student body of every school in America. This nationwide multi-denominational movement is called Challenge 2000. The unity and partnership within our community and the national partners is based on a covenant. The Challenge 2000 Covenant has been signed by hundreds of thousands of teenagers and adults since 1996. It reflects the principles that a follower of Christ can live out in their effort to bring Christ to their world.
Let's take a closer look at this Covenant and the biblical principles that it calls us to. All of us, whether teenagers or adults, can apply these principles to our lives and seek to reach those that God has given within our sphere of influence.(NOTE: You may want to project these on a large screen and reveal each statement as you proceed)
It begins with the statement: BECAUSE JESUS LOVES ME AND I LOVE HIM. Our love for God and desire to obey Him is due to His ...
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