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Get Ready! God Did Some Awesome Things!

Get Ready! God Did Some Awesome Things!

God did amazing things at the Cal High Rally and the witnessing trip at La Habra High. Campus Light, the Christian Club at the Cal High, hosted 140 students at their rally in their large gym on Friday, March 2. As students poured into the large gym, two of the club leaders led worship. Afterwards, two of the club leaders engaged many of their peers by sharing their testimonies. Later on, Jaston Epp was able to share the gospel with…

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Bursting with Boldness

Bursting with Boldness

Campus Mentors tackle a busy Wednesday as we travel to multiple high school for witnessing trips. The first witnessing trip we went on was at Orange High School. That one was particularly exciting because that is the school I (Briana) coach. One of the club leaders from Orange was able to make it on the trip and it was her first time witnessing. She did a great job talking to her peers and starting conversations with them. It was so…

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“FULLER” lives with a “TON” of Jesus

“FULLER” lives with a “TON” of Jesus

(Kaleb, Michelle, Hannah, and Briana jumping for joy after witnessing at Fullerton High) Tuesday was filled with much excitement as Campus Mentors split up between three different Christian Club Meetings at Bell High, Norwalk, and La Habra High. Campus Mentors, Joseph and Michelle, at Bell had a calling party to follow up with students from their Outreach Week last week. Students at La Habra learned how to witness to their peers as they get prepared for a witnessing trip that…

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Light and Truth spread through Conversations – LA/Orange County Outreach

Light and Truth spread through Conversations – LA/Orange County Outreach

A few months ago, I saw witnessing as an obligation. Yes, we Christians are called to share the Gospel, but fear would taint the excitement. The fear of rejection and the fear of saying the wrong thing was something that I always carried in the back of my mind. There should be joy by just knowing that I get to spread the love of Jesus, but that wasn’t what I felt before. This week started of differently though as I…

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Can I get a witness? – Student Leader Training 2016

Can I get a witness? – Student Leader Training 2016

Why does the National School Project exist? To be a witness to the life-changing message of the love of Christ! Specifically in the public high schools. But in order to be a powerful witness there, we try to always be reminding one another of the innate joy of witnessing and the love of Christ that drives us to share. “Let us consider how to stir one another up to love and good works.” Hebrews 10:24 “For Christ’s love compels us,…

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The Power and Privilege of the Gospel

The Power and Privilege of the Gospel

Two weeks ago we shared a story from the South Bay of Los Angeles. The students in that area have become so passionate for the gospel that they now want to make initiative witnessing a normal activity at their schools. (Read about that here) To do that, they’ve been laying plans to train the other Christian students on campus to share their faith with their friends and peers. They’ve been scheduling lunchtime and after school witnessing times where they can…

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Following Through

Following Through

If you’ve been keeping up with us lately, you’ll know that we recently wrapped up our two week training for our college student leaders, and that we’re thrilled with the caliber of our team this year. During the first week of training, we all went into L.A. to share the gospel around the city. Brennan, our student director at Trinity International University in Chicago, was part of the group that went to Hollenbeck Park in East L.A. He soon struck…

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“They never told me how”

“They never told me how”

This week we’re finishing up our series on witnessing stories from the student leader training in Chicago. This story is told by Heather, another student participating in the GAP for God program in Chicago. We were in Millennium Park in Downtown Chicago when Jaston, the Biola Student Director, & I approached a young couple, John & Kayla, soon-to-be college freshmen. We began talking & found out that Kayla had been given a gospel bead bracelet a week ago at the fair. Someone…

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Saying “Yes” to Jesus

Saying “Yes” to Jesus

This story is told by Cassie, one of the students participating in the GAP for God program in Chicago. Brennen, a student leader from Trinity International University, and I were witnessing at Wrigley field and we passed by this 18-year-old guy a couple times. Each time I really felt the Lord tugging on my heart to go talk to him. Again we passed him and finally I said, “We have to talk to that kid right there in the blue.” We told…

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Sarah’s Story

Sarah’s Story

This week we’d like to share with you another story from Chicago. This story is told by Sarah, one of CSP’s newest staff members. This trip was the first time I had ever been witnessing, which was incredibly intimidating, but also incredibly fruitful. At the beginning of our trip to Chicago, I can honestly say that I was not excited about witnessing and was, in fact, dreading it. However, after the first short time out talking to people, I was hooked. It was so…

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