Campus–Based Missions

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The US Student Volunteer Movement of 1866 was one of the most successful missionary recruiting organizations of all time. We believe the same thing is about to happen in Ethiopia and your are invited to be a part of it!

During a visit to an Evangelical Students Union (EvaSUE) meeting in Dilla, Ethiopia, we experienced a taste of what God was doing as we witnessed over 1,000 students passionately worshiping and seeking God only to find out that there were over 40,000 more students in Ethiopia with the same passion for Jesus that were meeting together regularly.

How does it work?

The Government is sending missionaries!

In Ethiopia the government chooses where each student will attend University. One of the Universities we are working is in a region that is nearly 100% Islamic and there are 400 evangelical students attending. The Campus–Based Missions program is empowering them to share the Gospel in this Unreached region!

NCM has partnered with the Evangelical Students Union of Ethiopia (EvaSUE) to provide a program that involves discipling students, weekly fellowship events, community outreaches, short–term mission trips, leadership trainings, Bible study programs, and more!

Additionally, we actively partner EvaSUE students with our local Church Planters to strategically reach the communities they are working in together!

You can partner with us to ensure the EvaSUE Campus–Based Missions program is available at every University in Ethiopia!

 

Sponsor an indigenous Campus-Based Missions Program

There are a lot of costs associated with the Campus-Based Missions Program, house rent for the Program Leader, discipleship materials, worship facility rentals, community evangelism events, short term mission costs (travel, food, lodging), leadership trainings, and more!

We require the students to raise at least 50% of their budget every year. Your one time or monthly donation not only helps to fill the gap of the other 50% but it also helps us to begin programs in Universities that don’t have them yet!