We are an evangelistic ministry dedicated to reaching lost and unchurched college students through the preaching of the Gospel and apologetics. This is one part of fulfilling the “Great Commission” – “Go into all the world and proclaim the Gospel to the whole creation. (Mark 16:15)” In many ways, we look like Paul in Athens: “Now while Paul was waiting in Athens, his spirit was provoked within him as he saw that the city was full of idols. So he reasoned in the synagogue with the Jews and the devout person, and in the marketplace every day with those who happened to be there. Some of the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers also conversed with him…”


Charles Spurgeon says, “It would be very easy to prove that revivals of religion have usually been accompanied, if not caused, by a considerable amount of preaching out-of-doors.” There are a myriad of reasons of why we do it, but primarily we love God and desire his fame and glory to be known by all (revival). A few centuries ago, a couple young Moravian missionaries sold themselves into slavery to reach slaves in the British West Indies. As their ship set sail, they waved good-bye, and exclaimed, “May the lamb that was slain receive the reward of his suffering.” The Lamb of God is worthy of all praise, glory and honor and that is our primary motivation in preaching.


Monday through Friday, we go to a college campus, find the “Free Speech” area, and speak publicly. By God’s grace, students gather, begin to ask questions, and raise objections to the Gospel. In Athens, Luke says that some who heard Paul wondered, “What does this babbler wish to say?” Many students come wondering the same and begin to inquire – who is this God? How did Jesus rise from the dead? How do you know the Bible is True?


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