In an age of info-overload, how do you keep an important message from being lost in the clutter? On Carrieâ€™s team in the National Campus Office (known as â€œthe LABâ€), the answer is to ask the Lord to go before you, then use His gifts to communicate with excellence, simplicity and beauty. The result? According to a local print shop owner, graphic design and printed materials that rival the best in Orlando (including Disney), as well as web and video productions for the ministry.
A Brand New â€œPerspective!â€
Whatâ€™s the LAB up to now? Celebrating the completion of a new evangelism tool called â€œPerspective,â€ a deck of cards (beautifully illustrated by Carrieâ€™s teammate Sarah) that serve as a multiple-choice style worldview survey to help students ask others about five topics: Nature of God, Human Nature, Meaning of Life, Identity of Jesus, and Source of Spiritual Truth. The cards also provide a conversational explanation of the gospel, allowing for non-threatening, concrete interaction about Jesus. Listen to what our friends from Pittsburgh say about their experience using the Perspective cards:
â€œTheyâ€™re really fun to use … theyâ€™re incredibly relevant at helping todayâ€™s students (who are certainly of the postmodern generation) look at spirituality and worldview in a way they never have before. They open tremendous doors for conversation. Iâ€™ve had my 2 best evangelistic conversations in years in the past 2 weeks!â€
Ever on to the next thing, Carrieâ€™s team is now working on the corresponding website (perspectivecards.com) and training videos for Perspective. You can become a fan of Perspective on facebook by searching â€œperspective cardsâ€ or buy a deck at CruPress.com. Thanks again for being a part of the team that made all this possible!
These tools to inspire students to trust the Holy Spirit for deeper conversations, & more to know Jesus.
The design LAB team to work efficiently to meet winter conference deadlines.
Our Stint group to continue to embrace Godâ€™s work in our personal lives, aside from office work.