Tap
To Call
(888) 673-4125

Educators

Advocate for Students

To ensure the work they’re doing to share the gospel is realized

We know how difficult it is to see the lost students at your school looking for meaning and identity. We also understand your uncertainty and concern regarding the rights of Christian students and teachers in the public school system. 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.

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 in the past three years alone.

What if you challenged Christian students at your school to lead a Meant for More Week this year?

churches-Image

Students’ Legal Foundation

Meant for More is based on two main laws that make outreach on your campus 100% legal: the 1st Amendment and Equal Access Act.

The 1st Amendment provides students with freedom of religion and freedom of speech. These laws prevent the government from interfering with religious practice, and allow students to openly speak and write about their religious beliefs.

The Equal Access Act ensures that students’ club is given the same privileges on your campus that every other club receives. The best news is that students’ events, materials, promotion, etc. cannot be restricted based on their religious content.

Testimonies

MEANT FOR MORE NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Here are 3 ways you can stay involved throughout the process

1. Get to Know Your
Legal Foundation

We’ve done extensive research to ensure that Meant for More is legally supported on all public school campuses. Visit our FAQ page to learn more about Christians’ rights at public schools so you can ensure students’ rights are protected at your school.

2. Advise a
Christian Club

Christian clubs are the foundation of Meant for More. If there isn’t already a group of Christian students that meet together regularly, sign up to be their advisor and help them get started!

3. Advocate for
Students’ Rights

Many students will face pushback leading up to and during their Meant for More week. They need people who will stand behind them, advocate for the work they’re doing and celebrate alongside them. They also need people to support them financially by helping to purchase t-shirts and food for events.

Students all over have
already committed to reach their campus

Join now to give every student an opportunity to hear the gospel at your school!

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.

MENU