We're Back from Repent and Witness Evangelism Camp!

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We're Back from Repent and Witness Evangelism Camp!




The CHANGE Collegian Network missions trip to New York City was phenomenal! The gospel was preached on the subways, Penn Station, Battery Park, Times Square, and Union Square Park. This 4-day event was packed with prayer, worship, Word, fasting, witnessing, open-air preaching, and godly fellowship. There were praise reports of people coming to repentance, marriages being strengthened, and Christians being stretched out of their comfort zone to minister to people from all different walks of life through one-to-one witnessing and open-air preaching!






"I am forever changed by this experience. I went to a boot camp last year in NYC, but this was on a different level. I have a hunger and passion for open air preaching that I never had before. I have been freshly kindled by the Spirit of God and I have a deeper burden to see God glorified through evangelism than ever before. I have never in my life experienced such deep God honoring fellowship before. I have a deep love for the Repent and Witness crew."

- Mitch S.




Many people open-air preached for the first time at camp. Check out these quick clips below taken by one of the attendees.
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New Additional Video!
Check out this new video edited by our Campus Leader @ Citrus College in California.
Join RW missionaries as they share with your their first open-air preach experience and let them encourage you!
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More videos to come as they become available.







"Coming to Repent and Witness evangelism camp helped rekindle the fire in me for the lost and also took me out of my comfort zone and helped me realize that I am dead to myself and alive in Christ. It was a blessing being around others who loved God passionately and reminded me that I am not alone in my walk with Christ."

- Siquina A.





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