The CCN Summer School of Leadership is in Full Effect!

  • Students Graduating

    We are very sad to see our students graduate.  We are also very excited to know that they are going out into the world as soul winning leaders for Jesus.  Please pray for our graduates.

    We have witnessed to hundreds of students one 2 one this semester.  We have handed out thousands of tracts.  Please pray for everyone that received the gospel that they would repent and trust Jesus.

    This summer we have different kinds of outreaches.  We go to conferences and tell others about our ministry.  We also evangelize that those outreaches.  We will have booths at community days.  We will go to large events and share Jesus with others.  Please pray for our summer outreaches.  


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The CCN Summer School of Leadership is in Full Effect!


 

Learn. Grow. Lead.

 

Who are the Christian leaders of tomorrow? Will they be biblical and have discernment? Will they be people of integrity, who choose God's ways over the philosophies of the world? Will they preach the unadulterated Word of God and refuse to stray from the biblical gospel? What will their character be?

The CCN Summer School of Leadership began on Tuesday, May 31st, 2011 and is an intensive summer program designed to challenge students to apply what they learn in summer school immediately in ministry. The program includes in-depth Bible studies on topics pertaining to leadership and projects that require use of their newly acquired leadership skills. Students will discover and cultivate their gifts, talents, and abilities, while examining themselves under the microscope of the Word of God.

12 students from 4 college campuses are enrolled in this program, which is dedicated to training up college students to become godly, biblical and mature leaders, who utilize their gifts, talents, and abilities to further the kingdom of God and to selflessly sow into others.

Learn more about The CCN Summer School of Leadership >>>

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