South San Diego 12.4.2017

Hi everyone!

I'm proud to announce that I have reached 70% of my $54,000 goal! What does this mean? It means I am funded enough to work on campus part-time!

I'm happy to say that I was privileged enough to work with students at InterVarsity's Fall Conference on Catalina Island! God showed his faithfulness at the conference as we saw 14 students with faith backgrounds recommit their lives to Christ. We also had the opportunity to witness 5 students without faith backgrounds become Christian!

God did this with a number of student leaders who led small groups and walked with their fellow students through their journeys of faith.

Here are my prayer requests:

Bold Students: Ask God to make the students as brave in their conversations and relationships on campus as when they were on the island. Students leading students is the model we implement on campus and seeing more students willing to take these risks are what will change the campus.

Getting 100% Funded: Praise God for his provisions through very generous people! My fundraising adventure isn't over yet though. Please ask that God bring more generous supporters who will have the heart to partner and supply the remaining $15,000!

Transitioning onto Campus well: Ask that God supplement me with a spirit ready to engage the campus once again. I have been away from the campus for the semester and need to re-establish my presence among the student body!

I'm excited to see how God works on campus and can't wait to share how everyone's prayer and financial support is changing the lives of students.

 The students listening to our speaker Michael Kim-Eubanks

The students listening to our speaker Michael Kim-Eubanks

 The current South San Diego Staff Team

The current South San Diego Staff Team

 A picture of Abby (name changed for privacy) receiving prayer before sharing how she came to faith at Fall Conference!

A picture of Abby (name changed for privacy) receiving prayer before sharing how she came to faith at Fall Conference!

Zachary WongZachary Wong