city projects

As a part of our efforts to reach every student at every public high school in America, the National School Project sends teams to areas outside of our central cities of ministry. Our university student leaders take the campus training and experience to high schools and churches in different areas to train and support high school students in impacting their campuses and to unite the local Christian community with the goal of sustainable ministry.

Take a look below to see where we are headed this year!

sacramento hometown project

Devin Long, a junior at Biola University, is leading our Sacramento HomeTown Project this year. He grew up in Lincoln, a town just outside of Sacramento, and has a passion for his home town. Hear from Devin:

"I understand the immense need for the Gospel to be spread in this area, and I can see that God is doing a mighty work to bring harvesters into this ripe field. I believe the public school campuses are one of the best places to share the Gospel, and I am convinced that the Lord is preparing these high school students to be a major part towards revival. My desire is to see that CSP's ministry will be extended to Sacramento, and I am hoping that a chapter could be planted in this area in the next couple years to reach the surrounding high schools! This year, I will be overseeing 3-4 schools in the Sacramento area, and I have raised up a team of college students to serve alongside me in this project (pictured right, Roy, Devin, and Sabrina). 

Please pray for us and consider financially backing us in this work to see every Sacramento student impacted by the gospel on their public school campuses!"

San Jose HomeTown Project

Last year we had the privilege of working with four high schools in San Jose, helping students make a lasting impact on their campus for Christ and this year we are hoping to coach at lease six schools. The exciting news is that three of the San Jose high school students that we previously coached signed up to be college campus mentors this year! They each go to different universities in the Los Angeles are (UCLA, APU, and Biola), and are going to work as a team to impact their hometown of San Jose through distance mentoring and giving up school breaks to be a part of outreach on the campuses. God's provision of these three ladies is a tremendous answer to prayer. We continuously pray for workers for the harvest, and we praise God for providing a team to impact San Jose! Please pray for them and consider financially backing them as they work to see every Silicon Valley student hear the gospel on campus before they graduate!

To read highlights from last year's involvement with San Jose and what our hopes are for this year, click here

Calling all San Jose residents!

If you are from the San Jose area, join us in the evening on Friday, November 6th in San Jose to strategize and pray for the schools! Click here for more information.