- Inviting non-believers students into a deeper and meaningful relationship with Christ through Intentional friendship, Hospitality and Evangelism
- Equipping students to grow in Christ through Inductive Bible Studies, Discipleship, Prayer
- Bringing Christ from our Bible Study Groups into the Community through serving each other, students on Campus and reaching out to Seniors in our churches and Kingston community
- The Bible is true and the authority of the Word of God in all areas of our lives. “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:” 2 Timothy 3:16
- That lives are ultimately changed and transformed only through entering into a living relationship with Jesus Christ, who died for our sins to reconcile us to God. John 3:16
- That we have been commissioned by Jesus to make disciples of all nations. Matthew 28:18-20
- That faith without love is meaningless. 1 Corinthians 13:3
- That faith without works, is dead being alone. James 2:17.
- That truth will set us free. John 8:32
- The best way to redeem the credibility of our church today is to follow Jesus outside of our Christian bubbles. “Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and keep himself unspotted from the world. James 1:27”
DESCRIPTION OF OUR FELLOWSHIP/MINISTRY
- Engage students in learning about Christ by intentionally reaching out to the non-believers students on campus, building a kingdom community of agape love and intentional friendship, as well as being intentional about sharing our own stories of Jesus. Love and Truth, seekers Bible studies, will be our methods to usher in students who are desiring to learn and or accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
- Equip/Grow students in Christ through in-depth inductive Bible studies, discipleship, one-on-one mentorship, corporate and individual prayer along with personal devotions.
- Follow Christ from the campus into the community will be our scripture’s application method. We will challenge ourselves (believers and not-yet believers) in our community to practice Jesus teachings by following in His footsteps outside of our Bible studies and small groups. By intentionally going out into the campus and into the community, we hope to demonstrate what it looks like to not only learn about Jesus’s teaching but to apply it in our day to day lives in the way we care for each other, for strangers and for our community.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
- Creating a Diverse Kingdom Community through:
- Social events that will help us connect with new students and invite them to join us
- Seekers Bible studies
- Discipleship Inductive Bible Studies
- Small Groups/Personal Devotions
- Prayer – Corporate and Personal
- Multiplication – We dream to see more Agape’s groups in our churches and on campus
- Creating Lasting Legacy into our Campus and Community through
- Practical ministry of caring and serving each other among us and serving other students on campus
- Practical ministry of encouragement such as spreading agape love to seniors’ homes and residences.