New Year Same Gospel

  • March Missions

    At Montgomery County Community College, also known as MC3,

    students aren't ashamed of the gospel! Students are excited to learn

    and ready to put their learning into practice. Bible study is one of the

    best ways that campus missionaries, like Cliff Fullword, are able to 

    encourage students, weekly. 

    Even children are able to stop and listen to the Good News. In fact,

    children are most excited to receive a gospel tract! Thank you for 

    helping us provide our missionaries with gospel tracts. They are the

    paper-seeds that are most scattered. 

    This young man had many questions about Christianity. He wanted 

    to know about Jesus' sinlessness. Thankfully, Campus Missionary, 

    Jenifer Pepling was able to provide answers to his deep questions. 

    CCN missionaries speak to students every week, many of whom are 

    desperate for someone to point them to Christ. Thank you for partnering 

    with us and being a helper in this amazing Great Commission! 

     

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New Year Same Gospel

 

New Year, same mission field:
The College Campus

 

Pray for Caitlyn. She may be walking away, but she's walking away after stopping to hear the gospel message. She said it made sense to her, and that's the best thing to hear from a busy college student: that the gospel made sense. Because of faithful CCN witnesses at the University of Pittsburgh, Caitlyn heard the truth.

A bus stop is a great place for gospel conversations. Here, Andre is leading two young souls to
the knowledge of the truth, while a fellow believer stands by to watch and learn. CCN's goal is to not only share the truth of the gospel to unbelievers, but to also trains believers on how to be bold in sharing.

Can you spot the Christian in this photo? It's easy, follow the gospel tract. One of the best things
you can do on college campuses (and anywhere else) is to carry thought-provoking-gospel-filled
gospel tracts. It's great for students who are in a hurry to get to class-they can read it on the way there. And most times, they'll stop to ask for more info-which leads to great conversations like this one.

 

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