Missions/Church Outreach

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CSER 305-001: YOUTHQUEST
CSER 313-001: OFFICE OF SPIRITUAL PROGRAMS
CSER 314-001: DEPARTMENT OF MINISTRY TEAMS
CSER 335-001: YOUTH MINISTRY OF HAWAII
CSER 356-001: CMT - ADMIN
CSER 356-002: CMT - MINISTRY TEAMS
CSER 356-003: CMT - TRAVEL AND COMMUNITY TRIPS
CSER 375-001: PLED SMALL GROUP
CSER 375-002: PLED OUTREACH
CSER 375-003: PLED PROCLAMATION
CSER 375-004: PLED VISIONPOINT
CSER 375-005: PLED TEAM
CSER 385-001: LU ONLINE COMMUNITIES
 

CSER 305-001: YOUTHQUEST
Supervisor: Brett Schultz
(592-3754 or Email)
By appointment or election only. This is a student ministry, including a campus club and outreach teams. Services Liberty and local youth groups. Time requirements will be discussed at the time of appointment. By the nature of this involvement, the time commitments are considerably more than three hours per week (generally 8-10 hours per week).

Last updated: 9/11/14

CSER 313-001: OFFICE OF SPIRITUAL PROGRAMS
Supervisor:
Ian MacIntyre (592-4346 or Email)
This ministry exists to organize, plan, and perform all of the services held on the campus of Liberty University.  Within these services are several opportunities for students to volunteer their time for Christian Service.  Opportunities range from as simple as setting up chairs, to running a merchandise table, to greeting students as they come into church, to things more specific like helping to program loops and run Campus Band rehearsals when the director is not available.

Last updated: 6/28/12

CSER 314-001: DEPARTMENT OF MINISTRY TEAMS
Supervisor: Tim Jackson (582-2156 or
Email)
CSER activities include participating in ministry team auditions during CFAW in October, November and February as well as current student auditions in January and February. Activities include set up and tear down of equipment, assist in auditions with check in, handing out information and answering questions about ministry teams and Liberty University. Volunteers may also participate in service opportunities to the Central Virginia Training Center.

Last updated: 1/26/10

CSER 335-001: YOUTH MINISTRY OF HAWAII
Supervisor: Corey and Elizabeth Bonheim (434-944-6357 or Email) or Brenda Bonheim (846-7487 or Email)
The Christian Youth Ministries of Hawaii is a faith mission team that ministers for a month in the summer on the island of Maui, Hawaii. The team works in cooperation with evangelical local churches and the local Christian school in promoting the cause of Jesus Christ. The work of the ministry is especially directed toward children and youth through youth meetings and a youth tent camp. The team is also involved in maintenance and construction activities at the local church and Christian school buildings. This ministry has been serving the islands since 1962. Over the years hundreds of adults and youth have been ushered into the family of God through salvation in the Lord Jesus Christ as a result of this ministry. (A Liberty University internship is also available through this organization.)  Visit www.cymoh.org for more information.

Last updated: 3/14/14

CSER 356-001: CMT - ADMIN
Supervisor:
Cassie Marroquin (592-4161 or Email), Tim Moroz (518-928-0232 or Email), Vince Valeriano (592-3293 or Email), or Lindsey Wester (592-4209 or Email)
The Center for Ministry Training (CMT) is an innovative, fully integrated training center; encompassing academic, social, and administrative functions and exists as a medium to provide services and space that meet the unique needs of not only Seminary and ministry students, but all University students who are wanting ministry training, experience and placement possibilities.  The Center for Ministry Training actively recruits and trains students to live missionally where ever they are, regardless of one’s occupation so that they are impacting the world for Jesus Christ.  In addition, the Center for Ministry Training works closely with ministry students from the Undergraduate and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.  The Center for Ministry Training is the practical ministry arm of LUBTS and Liberty University. CMT's purpose is to train students to engage the world in an effective way with the Gospel.

Campus Mobilization Assistant:  Promote the CMT opportunities to students they interact with, including participation in planning and hosting various promotional events throughout the semester (Supervisor: Vince Valeriano)

Driver- Must be at least 21 or over: Drive for Ministry Exposure and Servant Evangelism Trips (Supervisor: Tim Moroz)

Event Assistants: Help with the planning, promotion, set-up, running, and cleanup of major department events (Church Planting  Conference, all Ministry Impact Events) (Supervisor: Lindsey Wester)

General Office Assistant: Help with office functions, greet at front desk (Supervisor: Cassie Marroquin)

Graphics and Video Assistant: Help create and edit Video or other graphics used at Department Events (Supervisor: Tim Moroz)

Servant Evangelism Assistant: Assist the servant Evangelism coordinator with scheduling, recruiting, and attending Servant Evangelism Trips (Supervisor: Tim Moroz)

Last updated: 8/22/14

CSER 356-002: CMT - MINISTRY TEAMS
Supervisor: Justin Wester (592-5447 or Email)
The Center for Ministry Training (CMT) is an innovative, fully integrated training center; encompassing academic, social, and administrative functions and exists as a medium to provide services and space that meet the unique needs of not only Seminary and ministry students, but all University students who are wanting ministry training, experience and placement possibilities.  The Center for Ministry Training actively recruits and trains students to live missionally where ever they are, regardless of one’s occupation so that they are impacting the world for Jesus Christ.  In addition, the Center for Ministry Training works closely with ministry students from the Undergraduate and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.  The Center for Ministry Training is the practical ministry arm of LUBTS and Liberty University. CMT's purpose is to train students to engage the world in an effective way with the Gospel.

Awake: The mission of Awake is to intercede on behalf of the student body and call hearts to action. We truly believe that God has called us to live a radical life by evangelizing to the poor and the helpless. Therefore, we are here to disciple and pray with the students so that they will be ready to go share the Gospel with other people in Lynchburg and around the world. The main focus is to train and help them fan into flame the gift that God has given them. Moreover, since we have a great burden for the lost, one of the most important aspects of our ministry is doing street evangelism and college campus ministries.

Bus Stop Ministry: A student-led local ministry of (25) students (mainly Korean seminary students) who meet every Friday from 1-3 p.m. at the Plaza Bus Stop on 2315 Memorial Ave. to share the love of Jesus with those waiting for a ride. They have the opportunity to share with over (200) unreached individuals weekly. 

Go Ministries: Approximately (30-40) students share the gospel in the Miller Park area every Sunday from 2-4pm. The mission of Go Ministries is “to help the homeless and lost find hope and salvation in Christ and find support within the local church community of Lynchburg through sharing the love of Jesus Christ in practical and meaningful ways.”

Renew: An all-girls ministry traveling ministry team made up of (8) Liberty students who engage young women through worship, group bible study sessions, small group discussion times, and workshops.

Revive: A traveling ministry team made up of (12) Liberty students who incorporate contemporary worship, teaching, and small group discussion in churches throughout the eastern seaboard. Working with LU recruiting, they also seek to encourage prospective students to consider Liberty University for their collegiate education.

Vision: Two traveling discipleship teams consisting of (15) students per team who use contemporary worship, drama, and small group Bible study to encourage and energize the local church. Working with LU recruiting, they also seek to encourage prospective students to consider Liberty University for their collegiate education.

Last updated: 8/22/14

CSER 356-003: CMT - TRAVEL AND COMMUNITY TRIPS
Supervisor: Tim Moroz (518-928-0232 or Email)
The Center for Ministry Training (CMT) is an innovative, fully integrated training center; encompassing academic, social, and administrative functions and exists as a medium to provide services and space that meet the unique needs of not only Seminary and ministry students, but all University students who are wanting ministry training, experience and placement possibilities.  The Center for Ministry Training actively recruits and trains students to live missionally where ever they are, regardless of one’s occupation so that they are impacting the world for Jesus Christ.  In addition, the Center for Ministry Training works closely with ministry students from the Undergraduate and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.  The Center for Ministry Training is the practical ministry arm of LUBTS and Liberty University. CMT's purpose is to train students to engage the world in an effective way with the Gospel.

Ministry Exposure Trips: Multiple Ministry Trips a year mobilizing students. Each trip focuses on cultivating a ministry consciousness within the student body by providing high-impact, life-changing, hands-on ministry experience in North America. These trips are by application only.

Servant Evangelism Trips: Weekly day trips focused on servant evangelism opportunities in local churches and other non-profit ministries. These trips mobilize (100’s) of students each semester from EVAN 101 and throughout the campus.

Last updated: 8/22/14

CSER 375-001: PLED SMALL GROUP
Supervisor: Dave Adams (592-4956 or Email)
This CSER experiential PLED Student learning /course focuses on the traditional Sunday school and on small group shepherding at an approved site under the supervision of a tenured ministry professional. Students will serve in areas related to their Concentration in the Pastoral Leadership Major.  Minimum of 40 hours.

Last updated: 11/26/12

CSER 375-002: PLED OUTREACH
Supervisor: Dave Adams (592-4956 or Email)
This CSER experiential learning course requires PLED Student participation in and/or supervision of evangelism for three hours per week at an approved site under the supervision of a tenured ministry professional. Students will serve in areas related to their Concentration in the Pastoral Leadership Major. Minimum of 40 hours.

Last updated: 11/26/12

CSER 375-003: PLED PROCLAMATION
Supervisor: Dave Adams (592-4956 or Email)
This CSER experiential learning course requires the PLED Student to serve in a leadership and supervision role in a “hands on” ministry position for three hours per week at an approved site under the supervision of a tenured ministry professional.   Sermonic preparation, delivery, evaluation will be conducted under the mentorship of the approved site minister.  Students will serve in areas related to their concentration in the Pastoral Leadership Major. Minimum of 40 hours.

Last updated: 11/26/12

CSER 375-004: PLED VISIONPOINT
Supervisor: Dave Adams (592-4956 or Email)
This CSER experiential learning course requires the PLED Student to serve in a leadership and supervision role in a “hands on” ministry position for three hours per week with the Pastoral Leadership Club, VisionPoint, under the supervision of a tenured ministry professional.   Peer oversight of the day-to-day operation of the club will be conducted under the mentorship of the approved site minister.  In addition to serving at a PLED approved church, students will serve in areas related to their concentration in the Pastoral Leadership Major. Minimum of 40 hours.

Last updated: 11/26/12

CSER 375-005: PLED TEAM
Supervisor: Dave Adams (592-4956 or Email)
This CSER experiential learning course requires the PLED Student to serve in a leadership and supervision role in a “hands on” ministry position for three hours per week with the Pastoral leadership outreach and service team.  Under the supervision of a tenured ministry professional,   students serve in a variety of ministries involving such areas as: church planting, preaching team, and outreach.  Peer oversight of the day-to-day operation of the club will be conducted under the mentorship of the approved site minister.  In addition to serving at PLED approved church, students will serve in areas related to their concentration in the Pastoral Leadership Major. Minimum of 40 hours.

Last updated: 11/26/12

CSER 385-001: LU ONLINE COMMUNITIES
Supervisor: Brian Marker (592-6828 or
Email)
Online Communities began April 16, 2012 out of a need to engage online students with spiritual events and other events of the university.  We use live chat moderators to engage students during live and recorded Convocation and Campus Church events as well as other streaming events.  We endeavor to engage online students through live chat, prayer requests, Bible study/blog and web banners that link to campus events or services.

Last updated: 11/6/13

 

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