Partner with Students

And help them bring the gospel to local schools in your community

We know how hard it is to see lost students in your community look to the world to fill a void in their hearts only Jesus can satisfy. We also know your ability to minister to students is often restricted while they’re on campus…That’s why we’re inviting you to join the Meant for More Movement.

Meant for More is a movement of students sharing the gospel at public schools across the nation.

In the past three years, we’ve trained hundreds of Christian students to lead outreach on their public school campuses and these students have seen 3,000+ of their peers make first-time decisions to accept Christ. 

What if you challenged the youth at your church to lead a Meant for More Week this year?

How Will Meant for More Impact Our Youth?

Meant for More will empower your youth students to make a huge impact for Christ. Not only will they be equipped with outreach tools to reach their school, but they will be prepared to share the gospel and impact the world for Christ for the rest of their lives.

During Meant for More Week, your students will be part of a team leading outreach events and sharing the gospel with other students at their school. They will tell others…

 

  • Their lives have meaning because they are created by God with a plan and a purpose.
  • They are meant for more than the things of this world. They are meant to know God.
  • They can have abundant life now by turning from sin and following Christ as their Lord and savior.

 

 

Testimonies

“The vision is that churches will come together—that Bible-believing, gospel-preaching churches will unite, that youth pastors won’t see high schools as an area of competition, but as a mission field where we can send the students we have to teach the gospel and preach the gospel to their friends.”

-Steven P., Youth Pastor

“I’ve seen our church community really get behind the students and outreaches. Another thing we’ve seen is a tremendous unity among the churches here in Tucson. People have asked ‘Is this a Calvary thing? Is this a baptist thing? What is this?’ and our response is simply ‘This is a Jesus thing!'”

-Scott B., High School Pastor

“NSP feels very intentional about creating great outreach so that people get connected back into local churches. That’s rare in parachurch organizations. It’s not about just you or just us, it’s about the kingdom of God advancing in these schools. If we’re fighting against each other for that influence, we’re never going to get anywhere.”

-Brian L., Student Ministries Pastor

Meant for More Needs Your Help!

Here are some simple ways you can get involved today

During Meant for More Week, students will be part of a team leading outreach events and sharing the gospel with other students at their school. Not only will they be equipped with outreach tools to reach their school, but they will be prepared to share the gospel and impact the world for Christ for the rest of their lives.

Here are 3 ways you can support students at your church before and during Meant for More Week…

1. Pray with Students

Join our prayer team and commit to pray for the students leading outreach in your community. Walk with them and pray for open doors to the gospel, abounding resources and hearts ready to receive Christ.

2. Encourage Students to Lead

Encourage students as they prepare for Meant for More Week. For many students, this will be their first experience doing outreach and sharing their testimony. You have the power to encourage them!

3. Disciple New Believers

Get involved with Meant for More and follow up with students who attend outreach events. Our desire is to see first-time believers get connected with the local church for long-term discipleship.

Free Downloadable Materials

Prayer cards are a great way to get local churches involved with Meant for More. Here is a how-to guide covering how to make them and use them.

It’s so important for students to be Christian leaders at their school. Check out these 7 key ways students can lead by example at school.

One of the biggest ways churches can partner with Meant for More is by following up with and discipling students who come to faith at a rally.