Youth Alive® is about students sharing Jesus.

campus missionaries

A Campus Missionary is a student who commits to share Jesus with his or her friends—at school, in the neighborhood, at work, or wherever there is an opportunity to share Jesus.

Check out these great tools and resources that will empower and equip Campus Missionaries to share Jesus:

| This is a simple yet powerful way to share the Gospel with friends and then put their faith in Jesus.

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| Use this card to focus on five friends you want to share the Gospel with. Print it out and keep it in your locker, on your nightstand, or anywhere else you can be reminded to stay focused on sharing Jesus.

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| Use this simple guide to help you grow in your commitment to share Jesus.

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| Use this tool to write down and map out those who surround you each day, because each person you are close to represents an opportunity to share Jesus. This will help you visualize who to pray for, and help you in your ongoing mission to stay focused on sharing Jesus.

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| I Dare You is a book and challenge that will empower you to dare your friends to put their faith in God. There is also a sermon and small group series that can be used in your youth group or campus club.

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| This Bible is designed specifically for Campus Missionaries and will help you grow in your faith and in your fire to share Jesus. It also includes the Alive in 5, so wherever you take the Youth Alive Fire Bible the Gospel can simply and powerfully be shared.

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| If you attend a public school of any kind, these resources will help you to understand your rights and can be useful if you run into challenges or opposition from school officials in your mission to share Jesus.

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youth alive movements

A Youth Alive Movement happens when students join together to share Jesus, whether it’s a traditional school Youth Alive Club, a prayer movement, a homeschool or cyber-school club, or simply an off-road group of students working to share Jesus.

What kind of movement has God called you to be a part of?

| A traditional Youth Alive Club is an official school-approved club that meets on the school campus. In the past, this has been the most common type of Movement. It can meet during school, or just before or after school. If you attend a traditional public school that has clubs, a traditional Youth Alive Club may be the best option for you. Official school clubs often get to make announcements, hang up posters, and use school rooms and resources. Traditional Youth Alive Clubs have focused goals of sharing the Gospel with others through teaching and preaching and doing outreaches to those outside the club.

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| A Youth Alive Prayer Movement is a simple and powerful strategy for students to meet together for prayer at school, inviting those who may not know Jesus to pray with them or to receive prayer. A prayer movement doesn’t take much time, doesn’t have to be an official school club, and doesn’t need permission to gather for prayer. If you are unable to start a traditional Youth Alive Club or are already involved in too many extracurricular activities to start a club, a prayer movement can be a quick and easy option to reach your school with God’s love and power.

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| A Youth Alive Huddle is a group of students who meet in an “unofficial” way to share the Gospel with their school. Huddles are not clubs—they do not seek school approval, do not officially use school rooms to meet, and do not work through any other official school channels. If you’ve tried to start an official school club but met too many challenges, a Youth Alive Huddle might be the best option for you. Huddles often meet outside of school to plan how to share the Gospel in school and beyond by doing outreaches that serve their friends.

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| A homeschool Youth Alive Club is similar to a traditional public-school club—it just takes place on a different campus. A homeschool club shares the Gospel with a homeschool co-op, neighborhood, or workplaces through teaching and preaching the Word of God and doing outreaches. If you attend homeschool, you still have a campus to reach—your neighborhood, community, co-op, clubs, and friends. Starting a homeschool Youth Alive Club may be the Movement for you.

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| A cyber school Youth Alive Club is for students who attend school online. Cyber school clubs usually meet online; either through a school provided online classroom, a video meeting service such as Zoom, or through a social network like Discord. A cyber school Youth Alive Club shares the Gospel through teaching and preaching, as well as finding creative ways to do outreach. If you attend school online and God has given you a passion to share the Gospel, starting a cyber school Youth Alive Club may be the Movement for you.

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| If you are dual enrolled in college as a high school student, you can start a Youth Alive Movement on that college campus to share the Gospel and invite your fellow students to church. On the college campus, we work with Chi Alpha to start these movements. Chi Alpha is like Youth Alive, but they focus on college campuses. A College Youth Alive/Chi Alpha focuses on sharing the Gospel through teaching and preaching, as well as doing outreaches.

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resources

| Alive in 5 is a simple yet powerful way to share the Gospel and invite your friends and them put their faith in Jesus. Each icon represents an essential truth of the Gospel.

| Use these graphics to share the Gospel.

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| Use this series in your youth group or Youth Alive movement to teach Alive in 5.

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| I Dare You is a book and challenge that will empower you to dare your friends to put their faith in God. There is also a sermon and small group series that can be used in your youth group or campus club.

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| Campus Awareness Day is a day focused on the 67,000 middle and high schools opening their doors for students to go back for another school year. We encourage each church in the Assemblies of God to invest five to ten minutes of their Sunday service to pray for students and their schools. The Campus Awareness Day resources equip a church to place special emphasis on students and their mission field. Download the free Campus Awareness Day resources for your church!

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