Campus Ministry in Ohio


Posted on March 28th, by admin in Campus Ministry, Hyphen. 1 Comment

Campus Ministry in Ohio
Over the last month, I’ve received several reports from campus ministry chapters all across Ohio. Here a few of them.

  • The University of Akron launched their first Bible study in February and had five first time guests.
  • The Ohio State (Newark campus) started their first Bible study last month that had fifteen first time guests. Katelyn Brake is heading that chapter up. She reported people hung out for about two hours just asking questions and getting connected with information on when and where they will be meeting in the future.
  • The chapter in Miami University (RedLife) met again with three first time guests.
  • At the Ohio State University, there has been a girl coming for several weeks. She opened up to us early on about her story and her struggle. Later, she let us know she is ready to make a change in her life.

Amazing things are happening on our college campuses all around Ohio. These are just the reports I was able to garner from the campus ministries in Ohio. There are several other chapters throughout Ohio reaching their college campuses with the gospel.

I truly believe this is just the beginning! Here are a few photos from the campus ministries in February.
IMG_6685 700

IMG_6944

IMG_6945

Next Steps
Visit www.campusnow.org
Visit www.facebook.com/campusministryinternational

Condon, Miquel

Miquel Condon is the Hyphen/CMI director for Ohio. She attends New Life Christian Center in Lancaster, Ohio where Gary Keller is her pastor.

 





One thought on “Campus Ministry in Ohio

  1. Hello my fiance is from Avon ,Lake Ohio. And I’m coming there next year maybe march or April if Gods will. Where we could reach you? Do you have a church near in Avon,Lake OH?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



FROM THE BLOG

We know you love to read! Go ahead and take a peek at some of our latest posts.

The Power of Prayer

As young people of this generation, we are often focused with our daily routines such as going to school, going to work, being in...

Thankful for What You Don’t Have

Autumn is one of the most interesting seasons to me. You come full force out of long summer nights filled with carefree wonder and...

Treasures from a Friend

I once read an interesting story about an old miner who lived isolated in the mountains of Colorado. When he unexpectedly passed away, a...

The Little Red Devil Behind the Pearly White Gates

It’s strange to see him out here. The all-star apostle Peter stands in a cold courtyard by a warm fire when a girl asks...

Check Your Brightness

It’s the twenty-first century, so by now most of us all have these wonderful handheld devices we call smart phones. We can do almost...

Jobs and Jesus

Ahhh the first job. The first paycheck. Graduating from piggybank to a legitimate savings account. The first time having a consistent tithing routine. What...

Seasonal Lessons

Here in the Midwest we love our seasons. We welcome the warmth and brightness of spring, we celebrate the long hot days and suntans...

2018 Youth Day

Let me begin with this statement—I am old! I know that seems like a strange way to start an article about Youth Day service...

See You at the Pole

Wilma Rudolph was born in St. Bethlehem, Tennessee as the twentieth child of twenty-two children. She grew up in poverty and had a terrible...

A Miracle for a Girl from Maryland: My AYC Story

Excitement and anticipation surged through my mind as I boarded my flight from Washington D.C. to Miami, where I would meet the rest of...

Learning Not to Share

From the time we were toddlers, our parents, teachers, grandparents, and any other choice adults have pushed the concept of the importance of sharing....