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Please email Jordan Tripp at [email protected] to check availability for weekends.
For as in one body we have many members, and not all the members have the same function, so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another -- Romans 12:4-5
MERGE teams are small groups of Campbell students (usually five to seven members) that conduct youth ministry weekends throughout the academic year at host churches. Youth love interacting with college students that they can look up to as positive role models, and our college students enjoy sharing their knowledge and experience to help disciple these young minds. The team members are likely to vary in academic majors, talents, and denominational backgrounds, but they all share a desire to give their time and talents to the Lord for the sake of sharing the love of God to your youth through this ministry. A typical weekend will begin on a Friday evening and include Bible studies, devotions, creative worship, drama skits, and indoor/outdoor games. Our students are also available to serve as small group leaders for Disciple Now (DNOW) weekends that your church may be hosting. We would love to send a MERGE team to your church to lead a weekend full of Bible-studying, spiritual growth, practical mentoring, and fun activities for your youth!
If you are interested in having a MERGE team come to your church, please fill out the application at the top of this page. Jordan Tripp will contact you with further information regarding your application once that form as been submitted. We cannot guarantee that we can confirm your first choice of preferred weekends, but we will do our best to accommodate your request.
If you have any questions about the MERGE teams, please direct them to Jordan Tripp via email at [email protected],or if you would prefer to speak on the phone, his number is 910-814-5597.
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