Update June 2013

Update June 2013

Jenifer Pepling, President of CCN

I am Jenifer Pepling, the new President of CCN.  Before I joined CCN about 3 years ago I had been sharing my faith on the Campus of the University of Pittsburgh for several years.  I realized I wanted to start inviting the students with whom I was sharing the gospel to a Bible Study where they could learn more about Jesus and how Christians could share their faith.  That summer I went to my first Repent and Witness NYC evangelism event and discerned that CCN was exactly the student empowered model needed for ministering at PITT.  I have been a Campus Leader with CCN every since as well as Campus Leader for Slippery Rock University.  I have been a full time CCN missionary since March 2012.

I attended PITT about 20 years ago and did not hear the gospel while I was attending PITT. This was a great disappointment to me not having the benefit of the Gospel message during my formative college years. As a result, God’s message & call to salvation eluded me until my early 30’s.

As the new President of CCN my goal will be to provide a supportive empowering organization for student and other Christians that are already actively sharing their faith on the local campuses in their areas.

CCN’s vision will continue to be sharing the Gospel on the campuses and training the students to do the same.  One of the changes that I have made was to open up Repent and Witness evangelism event to non-CCN members.  This will help us to recruit new Campus Leaders as well as be able to encourage others to go out and share their faith.

Repent and Witness is such a life changing experience and it is my favorite event of the year. Repent and Witness is 4 days of witnessing in NYC.  You can learn about it by going to

In June we delivered a Crash Evangelism Course in Stamford Ct. the Crash Course was a huge success.  About 50 people attended the course and about 30 of those people joined us out on the streets.  We had people handing out tracts, verbally sharing the gospel and open air evangelizing for the first time by this local Christian community.    Here is a pictures of Moses a student open air evangelizing for the first time.

CCNY Campus Leader Amynah taking 2 young ladies through the gospel.

Thank you again for your partnership with us in implementing the Great Commission on college campuses and your support in training up soul winning Christians of the future!  If you would like to schedule a Crash Evangelism Course at your church you can go to

I praise Jesus for you,

Thankful for Your Partnership in the Gospel,

Jenifer Pepling



PO Box 5461

Somerset, NJ 08875

2 comments (Add your own)

1 Rikordor - Fri, September 26, 2014 @ 10:33 PM

In light of the NOTE at the end of this post, here's what I'm going to try. I'm posting a pre-Christmas suevry question on my Facebook page as a way of gauging the spiritual interest some of my friends have who aren't Christians. The post will read It will be Christmas in less than two months and to know my friends a little better, I have a question for you: What do you like most and/or least about the Christmas season. (If you'd like to answer but for any reason, would prefer a little more privacy, please feel free to send me a private message)
2 - Mon, October 13, 2014 @ 9:45 AM

, The first did not mean first in time, but rather first in kind. The first resurrection was for God s people the second will be for the unsaved.A quick way to shoot down the notion that the first resurrection is tied to a specific date, as opposed to a more general time frame, is to take note of the tribulation rapture of the two witnesses and the 144,000 Jewish evangelists. At the mid-point of the tribulation, the two witnesses are killed by the Antichrist, resurrected by God, and then caught up into heaven (Rev 11:3-12).Revelation chapter 7 describes the sealing of the 144,000 Jewish evangelists just before the Beast issues his mark. Sometime during the latter half of the tribulation, Revelation chapter 14 indicates they will be redeemed from the earth, standing before the throne of God.Confusion over Confusion: 2 Thes 2:1-6Because Paul, in 2 Thessalonians, said the Antichrist would be revealed before the Day of the Christ, post and pre-wrath adherents frequently try to cite this passage as one that refutes the pre-trib rapture.To quell the Thessalonian s misunderstanding that they had somehow entered the tribulation, Paul told them the Antichrist must first be revealed. By telling them they had no reason to panic, Paul is clearly disputing the idea that the Thessalonians could someday find themselves facing the tribulation hour.I m constantly being irked by Post-trib and pre-wrath folks consistent, or better yet deliberate, failure to accept the simple fact that the pre-trib doctrine calls for a rapture and a second coming. Because they only glean the prophetic word for one event the second coming they re unable to recognize pre-trib rapture passages.Of course, when you fuse the two advents together, you end up with verses that appear to contradict each other: 1 Thessalonians 5:9, For God hath not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ, and Revelation 13:7, And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations. Reverse Logic Stuck In ReverseMany people are against the pre-trib rapture simply because they see it as being the dominant view on the timing of Christ s return for the Church. The anti-pretribulationists often think they are the last remaining true believers. I m simply dumbfounded over why some people choose rebe

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