Each scope in the campus ministry has determined their top two needs as part of our Missionary Needs Project
. One of the top needs for Faculty Commons is for faith filled, entrepreneurial, courageous leaders to work locally with faculty at strategic locations across the country.
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Campus Missionary Needs Project
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About Campus Ministry
The mission of the campus ministry is to turn lost students and faculty into lifelong, Christ-centered, multiplying disciples. We are trusting God for movements everywhere, so that everyone knows someone who truly follows Jesus. Our vision is to reach every middle and high schooler, undergraduate and graduate student, faculty member on every campus, in every nation as our part in helping to fulfill the Great Commission in our generation.
There are many opportunities to be a part of this good work. Whether you are looking for a new role, a chance to grow in a specific skill, or want to fill a priority need, you can find opportunities here. Each role will be posted for 14 days before hiring. If you want to learn more about a role or apply for a position, click, "start a conversation" on that particular job listing. For general questions, email email@example.com
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