Impacting Students in the Summer
Summer Schedule and Opportunities
For college ministry the summer is a change of pace from the rest of the year. Since many of our students are not in the area from mid May through most of August our model for approaching ministering to these students changes in some ways. Not all students move back home for the summer. So we have a few different ways of ministering to the students still in the area. One of the major things we do is a weekly fellowship for all 8 of our campuses. Every Thursday evening all of our students who are still in the area come for worship, fellowship and a lesson from one of our staff. This summer we are preaching out of the gospels and each pastor is sharing a parable or section from the gospels that has impacted them. Another opportunity we have for our students is called School of Ministry. This is a class that is open to any of our students. The topic for School of Ministry this year is How to read the bible for all its worth.
What do I do In the Summer?
|Flying into Washington State|
|All of the students and staff on the last day of SICM|
|Not in Texas anymore!|
|Some of our students were too adventurous|
|Sight seeing at Whatcom Falls|
|This is Ben and Jon. They are two of the students who came form NCTC (North Central Texas College)|
|Pikes Place, Seattle, Washington|
|Our UNT, TWU and NCTC Staff!|
|These are my three students from NCTC! Pita, Jon, and Ben. I'm so excited they got to go to SICM. I can't wait to see how they impact the NCTC campus this Fall!|
Be praying for our students as they are back home, out traveling and taking summer classes. Pray that they still hear from God during this season and that they are brought back in the fall recharged.
Be praying as I work to raise my financial support for the coming school year.
If you haven't ever read our monthly student testimony you should! Every month we have a student write their testimony on how God has impacted them through college ministry. This month's testimony is by Mateo Massey, a freshman at UNT.