Collegiate Mobilization

What would it look like for a generation of collegiate Christians to live their lives on mission? What would happen if this generation leveraged their careers, their majors and the places they live for the sake of the gospel and for the needs of their neighbors? 

These are the years when students can discover their unique places in God’s great plan; this is when they can see how their gifts and passions intersect with needs in North America. The North American Mission Board can connect students to a wide range of opportunities to “taste and see” what it looks like to live on mission. A student might be needed in one of the great urban cities of North America or in the rural hills of Appalachia. A student could help plant a church, meet the needs of refugees or rebuild a community after a natural disaster. In the end, it is all about being the hands and feet of Christ and taking the gospel to those who need to hear the good news of a great Savior.

If you are a pastor, collegiate pastor, parent or student, learn more about the North American Mission Board’s GenSend collegiate mobilization efforts by downloading our GenSend overview.