There are many ways to plug in to Campus Ministries at North Greenville University. On campus, students have opportunities to grow as believers. Discipleship Opportunities include leading/attending Bible studies, prayer groups, worship experiences, and service ministries. Life Transformation Groups consist of three students of the same sex who meet weekly for one hour to discuss Scripture, pray for those who do not know Christ, and hold each other accountable. As new believers join their group, they give birth to new groups. Campus Ministries Interns and Chaplains assist with ministries in the residence halls, giving attention to the needs of university family. Students have opportunities to encourage and establish new believers in their faith. If you are willing to plug in to any of these opportunities, contact Dr. Steve Crouse at Steve.Crouse@ngu.edu.
Baptist Student Union
The Baptist Student Union (BSU) exists to develop a community of faith focusing on internal spiritual growth and external service to others. BSU hosts a weekly worship gathering on Thursday nights at 7:00pm in Turner Chapel. The BSU trains and deploys ministry teams that serve in a variety of ways including leading Disciple Now weekends for churches, ministering to the needy, providing Bible studies and tutoring for afterschool programs, nursing home ministries, and other ministry outreach opportunities. The BSU also provides oversight for Joyful Sound, Act II and the NGU Campus Band. Joyful Sound offers three vocal teams and a live band to lead churches in worship through music. Act II is a drama ministry troupe. The NGU Campus Band leads worship through music in chapel once a week and leads student groups in worship at off campus events. To plug in to these opportunities, contact Jody Jennings at Jody.Jennings@ngu.edu.
Chapel meets every Monday and Wednesday at NGU throughout the academic year. Services may be viewed through live video streaming or through the video archives or Chapel Podcasts.
The Worldview Center addresses the discipline of possessing and professing the truth of Christianity. The Life Answers team is comprised of students who are trained in this discipline and minister in a variety of worship and marketplace settings. The Worldview Center also offers the national TNG Conference annually and a Worldview Conference on the NGU campus each spring. To plug in here contact Dr. Tony Beam at Tony.Beam@ngu.edu.
The purpose of Athletic Ministries is to help student athletes enter into an intimate, maturing, and active relationship with Jesus Christ. Through Athletic Ministries students have opportunities for worship, fellowship, discipleship, ministry, and evangelism. Each intercollegiate athletic team has one or more student athletes who serve as team chaplain(s). Students have opportunities to speak for local youth groups and FCA meetings as well as to be involved in mission projects and home at internationally. To plug in contact Jim Bates at Jim.Bates@ngu.edu.