CAMPUS PROGRAM DIRECTOR AS CHAPLAIN

It has been a few months now, since the time I was pulled over by the officer, and each time I sit in a police car I am thankful for the opportunity to serve. Having done a few ride alongs I am learning a new culture, my eyes are being open to new needs in my...

RESEARCHING THE UNIVERSITY

INTRODUCTION: The following questions are a guide to researching your university. In reference tocampus ministry, Ellen White mentions, “Each one should study to see what is the best way to get the truth into the school” (2SM p. 234). By researching your university,...

BIBLE BOOTCAMP 2020

Our next Bible Bootcamp will be taking place on August 16 - 21, 2020 at Camp Au Sable. Looking forward to seeing you there! Bible Bootcamp is a free event that involves practical training sessions designed for student leaders who are dedicated to doing ministry on...

HOW DO I STAY FAITHFUL ON A SECULAR CAMPUS?

For a young person, college is such a huge transition time in life. They pack up their bags and move to a college campus, making new friends and becoming independent from their family. For a lot of Christian students, they are leaving their churches, their youth...

RELATIVISM: A SOLUTION TO GLOBAL INJUSTICE?

It is hard to think that the Cambodian genocide happened in the last half-century. It is even harder to think that the Rwandan genocide happened less than two decades ago. It is hard to fathom this because, despite all the technological and intellectual advances made,...

BRINGING LIGHT TO A DARK CAMPUS

“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” — Mother Teresa.

STARTING A STUDENT GROUP

CAMPUS MINISTRY You cannot have a campus ministry without a registered student organization. The organization is there in order for students to use facilities and other resources that each university offers.  Described below are some basic components of starting a...

HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?

 HOW TO GET INVOLVED AS A LOCAL CHURCH MEMBER Adopt a student: At the beginning of the semester, give students a questionnaire with questions including birthday, favorite food, major, graduation year, whether they have transportation, if they are out of state or...

MISSION AMONG NON-CHRISTIAN WORLD RELIGIONS

A paper delivered at the 180 Symposium in La Sierra University

OUR MISSION

 A Bible-based revival movement in which every student is a missionary.

OUR VISION 

To prepare secular university campuses for the imminent return of Christ. 

OUR METHOD 

Biblical simplicity; “Your success is in your simplicity. As soon as you depart from it, your power is gone.” (2T 608)

OUR PHILOSOPHY 

 Academic excellence combined with spiritual excellence.

PUBLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY HIGHLIGHTS

CAMPUS IMPACT

CAMPUS IMPACT

I was only 18 years old when I first heard about CAMPUS. Since that first year in Ann Arbor, CAMPUS has experienced growth in many ways.

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We are a Bible-based movement in which every student is a missionary.

We seek to evangelize public universities across the state of Michigan.

We seek to develop student leaders.

We seek to partner with pastors and lay members who have churches near public universities

We seek to establish university churches.

ONE YEAR IN MISSION+

 

One Year in Mission Plus (OYIM+) is a combined initiative of the General Conference Youth Department & Mission to the Cities Initiative, Lake Union Youth Department & Public Campus Ministries, and the Center for Adventist Ministry to Public University Students (CAMPUS).

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Do You Have Any Questions?

HOW DO I APPLY TO ONE YEAR IN MISSION?

You may apply for the One Year In Mission program by simply clicking here. The Application takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

IS THERE A COST ASSOCIATED?

Yes. There is a cost associated with the One Year In Mission program. The cost is $12,000.00 USD. However, scholarships are offered to applicants who complete the program that would significantly reduce the cost.

WHAT IF I DO NOT THE MONEY?

If you do not have the money, first remember that God is great at providing for those who serve in His vineyard. Secondly, there are scholarships that might be helpful to you.

WHEN DOES ONE YEAR IN MISSION BEGIN?

The One Year In Mission Program will begin officially on May 28, 2020. However, depending on the site that you choose dates may vary.

WHAT DOES THE PROGRAM LOOK LIKE?

The One Year In Mission Program will look different at each site. However, some things that will be similar are; 

Evangelism and leadership training, summer canvassing and creative ministry in urban areas.

 

HOW DO I KNOW IF I AM ACCEPTED?

Upon receiving your application. After it is processed you will receive a call or email from us with more details.

CONTACT US

CAMPUS

520 Ann Street, East Lansing, MI 48823

Email: PCM@MISDA.ORG

Phone 517-316-1569

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