In the coming year, 30+ Student Leaders will help grow gospel movements at more than 125 public school campuses across the nation.
Will you help send them?
MOTIVATION | Student Leaders in NSP are motivated by three tragic trends:
These tragic problems present several incredible gospel opportunities:
Student Leaders work to make these opportunities the God-empowered reality that heals the tragedy.
Student Leaders take on a part-time job with full-time responsibility to bring about student-led, church supported campus awakening to the love of Christ. Check out this job description:
This is a big job and only succeeds as these leaders faithfully depending on Christ to enable them for His work. Because He is faithful, year after year, we see that God uses Student Leaders to change Students’ Lives.
Student Leaders take on this role as a part-time job, working an average of 16-20 hours/week.
Funding | Depending on their role, it costs between $12,000 and $15,000 to send each Student Leader into the field, and each leader is responsible to
help fundraise over half those costs. Here’s how that breaks down:
Prayer | Pray also for me, that whenever I speak, words may be given me so that I will fearlessly make known the mystery of the gospel (Ephesians 6:19)
We trust God to use these Student Leaders to change lives. Join with many others to pray that He gives them the grace to make known the word of Life to students in need.
Luke 1:37 “For nothing will be impossible with God.”
Across the country, there are open doors in the public schools—more students and pastors are asking for coaching in more cities than we can reach. So last summer, 6 NSP Student Leaders spent 6 weeks to provide extra leadership development and early outreach planning with schools. Connections were made, high school students were jump-started in their ministry, club leaders learned to share the gospel, and people came to know Christ!
College students and high school students normally take summers off, meaning we have to start each ministry year fresh after a four month gap in momentum. That’s why this year, from June 10 to July 19, we’ll send teams of NSP Student Leaders and staff members to help students at many schools start next year with a bang.
High school students will enter the year with their outreach plans ready to go.
Public school students will be trained in personal witnessing and more.
Church and community partnerships will be developed and strengthened.
The momentum to launch next year will be stronger than ever.
The ministry will expand to new areas.
To accomplish this goal, these teams will spend a total of 40 days in a community throughout the Chicago area, the Los Angeles basin, and the Bay Area of northern California. Their work will strengthen leaders so that many more may hear the gospel in the coming school year. To provide for their housing, food, transportation, and stipend, Team Leaders and team members each raise between $4,000 - $6,500 to participate in the Summer Project 2018.