Our Desire for College Students
At CrossLife we strive to engage college students with the gospel to see new believers come to Christ and to mature those who are already believers. We know that the college years are a vital time of growth and we want to help harness the zeal of college students for the cause of Christ! We want to make disciples who are disciple makers!
At CrossLife we believe it is important for the church to be the church. What this means is we don't want to segregate college students from the rest of the congregation. Find a healthy, Christ-exalting, Gospel-saturated, Bible-believing campus ministry with peers and be covenanted to a healthy, Christ-exalting, Gospel-saturated, Bible-believing, Disciple-making, Biblically-functioning local congregation of multigenerational believers. On the 2nd & 4th Sunday nights of every month we encourage college students to be a part of a CrossLife group, that is multigenerational, that meet in various CrossLife family homes.
The College Student's Dilemma:
Should I Get Involved in my Church
or Campus Ministry?
by JD Greear
I want to try and answer the question of what role the church ought to play in a college student’s life during the 4+ years they are in college. Students often find themselves in a dilemma: both a campus ministry and the church vie for their time. But both appear to be doing the same basic things. Both ask for participation as something one should do in order to please God and fulfill His purposes for their lives. While students often find both appealing, they have limited time and don’t know exactly what to do. (read the article here)