The purpose of our upcoming YouTube series is to answer some of the most pressing questions young believers have. Read about our test video in Nebraska and the topics we will be covering. Also an update about Shelly’s broken leg and updates from the kids.
They’re the largest, most diverse generation in history, and they will shape our world for decades to come, which is why so many businesses and organizations, Cru included, are keen to know what makes them so unique.
This year my Online Strategies team is focusing on leveraging one of the top platforms that this generation uses: YouTube.
Our Online Strategies team was able to help thousands of students grow this summer and thousands of incoming freshmen get connected this fall.
We have trained students to help us reach incoming freshmen at schools around the country and find key volunteers who can start Cru at their school.
You can watch and share the Summer Connect videos with students you know. Learn more in this month’s newsletter.
College Bound connects incoming freshmen to someone on their campus who can help them grow in their faith.
We can reach more students through the internet than ever before, but ultimately we want to connect with them face-to-face. Read about this happening.
With the closing of a chapter of Shelly’s life – homeschooling – has come the opening of another chapter working with the national finance team. Read about her work, an update for Online Strategies and updates from the kids.
Summer Connect helped over 2500 students to walk with God and be involved in his mission. Read this month’s newsletter.
What is the place for organizations like Cru in the history of the church and what should the relationship between local churches and an organization like Cru look like? Read a perspective from the book Beyond the Local Church: How Apostolic Movements Can Change the World by Sam Metcalf.
Also get an update on changes within Cru, our family, and updates from the kids.