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Community Building

Community Building

Check out these tips, tricks, and best practices to get the most out of your online meeting, bible study, or prayer group!

We’ve established 5 rhythms of ministry and are providing training for how all can be done online.

Is your university moving online? Are you wondering how you are going to do campus ministry this year? If so, then the ONSO Bootcamp collection is just for you!

By Dave Paladino

Leading a small group is an exhilarating, joy-filled experience, but it can also be incredibly daunting. The Small Group Start-Up Guide will walk you through the adventure of a lifetime, as you partner with the Holy Spirit this year.   

By Jazzy Johnson

Black Campus Ministries Resource Specialist Jazzy Johnson preaches a powerful message out of Genesis 1-2 calling us deeper into “imaginative co-creating of community with God.” This is a wonderfully holistic message that has depth for Christians while also remaining very accessible for seekers. Be ready for great conversations afterwards.

By Sam Rizk

In this series of short videos, Los Angeles Ministry Director Sam Rizk shares why follow up is critical for ministry, what makes good follow up, and how to move forward with great follow up.

By Andy Kim

Following up on contacts is a critical aspect of any growing ministry. We communicate care to those we follow up with and we have the opportunity to welcome new people into our spiritual community! How is your ministry preparing for following up?

By Dave Paladino

As you work towards developing potential leaders during NSO, consider “Spicy Faith,” a game that uses fun challenges that invite your community to put faith into action by taking some God-oriented risks!

By Doug Schaupp

God wants to use our winsome invitations to offer far more people on campus a compelling reason to check out Jesus and transform them forever. Let’s imitate Jesus with his life-changing invitation in John 1 with his epic “come and see.”

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