Changing Lives Through Baptist Collegiate Ministries

Changing Lives Through Baptist Collegiate Ministries

Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM)

Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) across South Carolina saw a collective 337 students give their lives to Christ during this past school year. According to Collegiate Ministry Group Director Ken Owens, of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, these 17 ministries (17 different campus BCM groups) have been intentional in their focus on evangelism and outreach; and they are seeing tremendous campus response.

“We are being intentional to share the hope of the gospel with every life on our college campuses. It can be through a planned outreach on campus, equipping students to pray for lostness, or sharing the gospel with students one-on-one,” Owens says.

3-2-1
Pray for 3 lost friends
Reach out and serve at least 2 of them
Share Christ with at least 1 of them

“We have been calling for BCM students to take a 3-2-1 approach to evangelism – to pray specifically for three lost friends, reach out and serve at least two of them in the love of Christ, and then look for ways to share the good news of Jesus with at least one of them. Through that, BCM is seeing more and more students praying and sharing on their campuses,” says Owens.

To find out more about some of the creative and innovative ways that BCM is using to reach the students on some of the different campuses, click this link.

 

QUESTIONS:

  • Who can you reach out to with the 3-2-1 approach? Pray specifically for 3 friends, reach out and serve at least 2 of them, and share Christ with at least 1 of them.
  • Name some reasons why you think it might be especially important to seek to reach college students with the Gospel.

PRAY:

  • Pray about being one of the 3000 in SC to actively pray for spiritual awakening and lostness on college campuses.
  • Pray for several college students you know who God could use to impact some other students at their school.

Part of the 2017 Season of Prayer for the Janie Chapman Offering.