The harvest is plentiful, but the workers have been too few. Fixing high school transition and tripling the pipeline of Kingdom-trained college grads into every city.
No student starting college alone, but with a team of friends and leaders on mission, they meet many months in advance in ministries, churches, and academic departments. Demonstrated to reverse the 70% college faith drop-off. The friends a student makes during the first 72 hours drives their college faith trajectory. It's also the best time for freshmen revival movements.
Missional communities for their major are part of their lifetime vocational discipleship arc from high school to college to the workplace for city transformation.
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Churches and university ministries have discovered that when you connect students with friends and leaders many months before college the 70% faith drop-off disappears and freshmen Gospel movements are sparked in dorms and academic departments. Every Student Sent and it's coalition is now working to make this normal in America so that no student is left behind.
See how we are building the Transition to the Marketplace for true city transformation.
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DFW is poised to lead the nation as an example city movement. You and your church can help make the class of '23 the most successful in history. Please join us in this effort by involving your church, Christian school, homeschool association, or by financially accelerating this awakening so we can all more than double Kingdom equipped disciples into the university and marketplace. Just message us at the bottom of this page so we can answer questions and assist in your area of interest.
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