we teach simple strategies that combine together for maximum impact.
To reach an entire campus for Christ, single outreach strategies are rarely sufficient to expose every student to the Gospel. It is much more effective to use multiple strategies at the same time! NSP trains students to organize large-scale evangelistic events during the school day called rallies, mobilize Christians on campus to share Christ with their peers, and pass out hundreds of Christian materials. These strategies are not only used throughout the semester, but are often done back-to-back during a focused week of outreach in which hundreds of students hear the Gospel!
Imagine it. You are a high school student. You show up on campus and are shocked to see posters hanging up all over campus advertising the "Jesus Week" that the Christian Club is hosting. Someone hands you a Bible while you walk to your first class. At lunch, someone invites you to an event in the gym, where a local youth pastor explains who Jesus is and offers evidence for the existence of God. After school, someone from the club approaches you and asks what you think about God... eventually offering to share what the Bible teaches about Him.
This is not a pipe dream. This is what happens every semester at many schools that partner with the National School Project. It's normal!