Multiplying youth & college grad disciples in our communities
What will our cities look like when we reverse the 70% college faith drop-off, double active Christian freshmen, multiply over 4 years, then graduate triple the number world changing college graduates ready to change culture in their sphere! Engaged churches have already experienced most of the 70% loss reversed. Now is the time for entire cities. A Navigators study showed the first 72 hours on campus critical. Connecting in advance is key.
Getting Started in your City.
We would love to talk with you about starting a movement in your city or helping to accelerate one that has begun. Your contacts will help us connect with others so that pastor shares with pastor, Christian Schools with others, so that city leaders see this as a way to help their region. Contact John Decker at email@example.com to learn how.
CBN News - How ESS Works
Every Student Sent Overview
City-wide movements understand that the harvest is plentiful, but they need more laborers. Every Student Sent can reverse the 70% loss and multiply laborers to transform culture - as it becomes normal for all students to prepare and connect. ESS is connecting with city movements around the nation. Learn how this process can help your current work. Also see Financial Acceleration for your city.
Kevin Palau on Every Student Sent
See how Every Student Sent specifically helps:
A student movement of disciples making disciples. Every Student Sent is a national movement and a free and community-based platform to connect high school students to existing ministries, churches, and each other in order to propel them towards Gospel-centered mission as they navigate and engage culture during college. See this 1 min student video.
Every Student Sent is also a Social Network
With the look, function, and feel of Facebook, ESS is it's own national social network for high school through college and beyond. It's free from intervention from big tech or other influences, and is a safe and dedicated space so that students can prepare for and arrive on the college campus already with a set of friends, leaders, and mentors they know.