Romans 10:15-16 “And how will anyone go and tell them without being sent? 16 That is why the scriptures say “how beautiful are the feet of messengers who bring good news.”

Will everyone who hears the good news believe it? No. But that does not mean that we shouldn't be obedient and TELL the good news that saves.

Imagine the ripple effect of international students being reached with the gospel. They may be from countries who have never heard the gospel coming to a campus to study and are invited to a CALLED GENERATION HOUSE where they welcomed. They can expect to be shown what God's family looks like all the while are being inviting to learn more about who Jesus is, God's love for them and opportunities to ask questions. Our prayer is that these students will have a life changing encounter with the gospel and commit their lives to Jesus and become missionaries in their own country.

Imagine the ripple effect of a worship and prayer tent on campuses. Students from every background will pass by it everyday hearing worship and many will stop by out of pure curiosity, some will be drawn to the peace projecting from the worship happening inside of the tent, while others simply come inside the tent out of desperation with no where else to go.

Reaching college students with the gospel will not only effect them, but their entire future family tree. Instead of being rooted in the brokenness of the world's family tree, they will be rooted into the sanctified family tree of God's family.

"For You are my hope; O Lord GOD, You are my confidence from my youth." - Psalm 71:5