If we reach the campus, we reach future leaders.

Historically, the university campus has been a seedbed of culture shapers and world leaders—sometimes for good, sometimes for evil.  If we reach them with the gospel now, they will one day change the world for Jesus.

If we reach the campus, we reach families.

Statistically, people are most open to the gospel during their time at university; and with every student reached, we see the potential to reach the entire family with the gospel.

If we reach the campus, we reach the world.

Culturally, university campuses are becoming more and more diverse, giving us a unique opportunity to reach the nations with the gospel by reaching out to international students in our cities.

How Every Nation Reaches the Campus:

  • We reach the campus by intentionally planting churches in cities with significant student populations.
  • We reach the campus by training and sending church-based campus missionaries in our Every Nation Schools of Campus Ministry.  Currently, there are Schools of Campus Ministry in Cape Town and Nashville.
  • We reach the campus through existing Every Nation churches which serve and engage the university campuses in their cities.

School of Campus Ministry

We have schools of campus ministry in: Africa and North America. Read more about our schools below.

Every Nation Ministry School — Cape Town

The Every Nation Ministry School (ENMS) in Capetown exists to inspire, equip and release ministers + read more

Every Nation School of Campus Ministry — Nashville

The Every Nation School of Campus Ministry–Nashville’s unique approach of classroom instruction and practical internships + read more