A New “Tradition”

In discussing how we did collegiate ministry here in Pennsylvania/South Jersey a few years back, a fellow campus minister from another region said, “We don’t do traditional Baptist collegiate ministry in our area.” That got me wondering what he meant. Was he thinking of a BSM building, with offices for paid staff and with meeting …

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Love Your Neighbor

The college campus is still one of the most diverse places in our nation. There is no other place where differing views, cultures and life experiences so come together in one place. Last year, 1.3 million international students arrived at 8,979 universities in the U.S. from countries such as China, Saudi Arabia, India and Brazil. …

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Disaster Relief Help Needed in South Louisiana

  By Steve Masters South Louisiana from Lafayette to east of Baton Rouge received from 20 to 30 inches of rain this past weekend. Thousands and thousands of houses have flooded. It has caused unbelievable damage. It is the scope of Hurricane Katrina. There is a tremendous need for mudouts of homes. That is a …

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Disaster Relief Needs in the Detroit Area

Detroit and its surrounding cities experienced a devastating flood in August, 2014.  More than 100,000 homes were flooded.  In fact, more homes were flooded in Detroit than were flooded in Katrina.  But you never heard about the disaster. The Greater Detroit area contains over 4 million people with only about 7% of that population attending …

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Developing Long-Term International Partnerships

Check out these 9 steps for helping connect your college ministry with missions partners around the globe! STEP 1: PRAY! There is no substitute for focused, persistent prayer in determining what God is calling your group to do. As you pray, decide to be obedient to His direction in your lives, even if it is …

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Disaster Relief Projects for Summer of 2015

  Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) is seeking to hire college age students to work this summer on national travel teams.  Students will be trained in all areas of Disaster Relief and mobilized to meet immediate needs of those affected by disasters.  The summer experience will also include personal growth and character building.This is an …

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Missions Fundraising Ideas

Do you have ideas for raising funds for missions?  We would love to hear from you!  Please share your idea in the comment section below!

Update from the BCNet Missions Team

The Global missions team works to mobilize and resource college students and college ministers to spread the Gospel locally, throughout the United States and the world through missions service and ministry to and with International students on our campuses. Those serving on the team include: Bill Collins, BCM Director, Northwestern State University, Louisiana Mel Cruikshank, …

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Marketplace Missions!

Do you have students who are committed followers of Jesus, but believe God wants them to live out their faith in the marketplace through their vocation? There are some great new resources available for them and you as a collegiate leader at the new IMB Marketplace Missions Website! Some of the things you will find …

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Great Updates and Info from IMB Students

Want the latest news on what’s happening through IMB Students?  Check out these exciting updates! Hands On: Since inception we have deployed over 1200 Hands On missionaries. IMB deploys about 250 Hands On students annually We are currently receiving field requests and applications from students for fall 2015. Some specific needs are: Students who can …

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