It was a simple enough: what if we got Christian students together from all over campus to pray for revival for an hour, and then proclaim the gospel for an hour? By God’s grace, 30 people showed up to pray in the center of Cal State Fullerton, and then broke off in pairs of two to proclaim the gospel. It was so exciting that we decided to do it every week that summer, and into the fall semester. I felt alive seeing the body of Christ gather to do such active, kingdom-expanding work. I began praying seriously: what if I did this after I graduate? What if instead of going into business, gathering and leading Christian movement on college campus became my “job”?
I graduated Cal State Fullerton with my B.A. in Business Administration in May 2019, and soon after, my home church, Calvary Chapel WestGrove, was gracious enough to take me under the missions department as a local campus ministry worker. In addition to Campus Revive, I am also studying part-time for an m.Div at The Master’s Seminary. I am ministering at Cal State Long Beach and Cal State Fullerton, with the goal of partnering with the body of Christ to cover both campuses in movements of prayer and evangelism Monday through Thursday. When the time is right, I’d like to expand this model till California’s universities are blanketed with ambassadors bent on seeing God turn the campus upside down for Jesus Christ. May God see this mission to its end.
Inspiring, gathering, and equipping Christian college students to pray for revival and proclaim the gospel on the frontlines of culture: the college campus
To produce prayer and evangelism movements on every campus in California led by devoted, bold, well-trained, Christ-loving ambassadors.