The Navigators ministry at Colorado State University believes Jesus came so that everyone who believes in Him "may have life and have it abundantly" (John 10:10). College students need this abundant life that God offers through Jesus.
The heartbeat of The Navigators is discipleship. Jesus came alongside a few ordinary people at a pivotal point in history and walked with them so that they might know Him, and make Him known. Our goal is to be with college students. We desire to show them Christ's love in a truthful and powerful way, that will change their lives forever.
We relate to college students by aspiring to live life with them. We have Bible studies, evangelism teams, women's and men's prayer groups, Nav Nights (large group meetings), leadership training sessions, Joshua Team, Investigative Bible Conversations, outreach events (which usually include large amounts of food), and general fun activities (dodgeball, broomball, hiking, mountain biking, camping, baseball and football tournaments, frisbee golf and ultimate Frisbee, etc.)
"We loved you so much that we shared with you not only God’s Good News but our own lives, too." -- 1 Thessalonians 2:8 (NLT)
We believe that discipleship is friendship with a vision. The Navigators at CSU desire to come alongside college students, live life with them and help them know Christ and make Him known.
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Last updated August 2014