As the school year wraps up here on the Central Coast, we are celebrating our Cuesta Cru student leaders who invested so much of their time and energy into reaching their campus with the Gospel. Above is a collage I made of some pictures from the year. On the top you’ll see the pictures of our six student leaders. In the middle is the group picture we took just a few days ago at our last large group gathering of the year.
Other pictures tell the stories of our outreach BBQ to kick off the year, retreats, a mission trip to Cuba, and evangelism on campus.
At our large group gathering the other night we had ‘open-mic time’ for students to celebrate what God has done in their lives throughout the year. The common theme:
“I am so thankful that God connected me with this Christian community… I have grown so much in my faith!”
Praise the Lord for the changed lives this year at Cuesta College and Hancock College!
Please pray for vibrant, evangelistic, disciple-making communities like these on community college campuses all over California.
At the beginning of the fall semester we met Jessica at Hancock College. She was the first student we met at the Hancock College satellite campus in Lompoc, and we started a Bible study with her. Nine months later, and we are celebrating what the Lord has done this year.
Above is a picture of many of our key students at Hancock College. Months ago, Jessica invited a few students to go to Olive Garden for lunch, and it became a weekly event! For the entire semester students have been meeting for lunch every Wednesday at the Olive Garden. Each of these students is loved dearly by Jesus, and He has shown His love to each through each other.
Oh, how precious is the gathering of the saints!
The Yorks are passionate about bringing the Gospel to the nations - especially the unreached of the world (those who have no access to the Gospel). They are convinced that the greatest impact they can have in reaching the unreached is by multiplying disciples on college campuses and equipping churches to be missional disciple-makers.