Student Missions

The US Student Volunteer Movement of 1866 was one of the most successful missionary recruiting organizations of all time. We believe the same thing is about to happen in Ethiopia and your are invited to be a part of it!

During a visit to an Evangelical Students Union (EvaSUE) meeting in Dilla, Ethiopia, we experienced a taste of what God was doing as we witnessed over 1,000 students passionately worshiping and seeking God only to find out that there were over 40,000 more students in Ethiopia with the same passion for Jesus that were meeting together regularly.

How does it work?

How does it work?

The Campus-Based Missionary (CBM) is a student that has just graduated and has committed to serving for two years on campus as a missionary instead of going to the workplace.

Discipling students, organizing weekly fellowship events, community outreach, leading school break mission trips, and recruiting future CBM’s are just some of their responsibilities.

In 2013, over 5,000 Ethiopians received salvation through the EvaSUE program! Our goal is to have at least one CBM in each of the 120 campuses.

Many Ways to Give

Ways to Give

Become a part of the next great movement in Ethiopia by supporting Campus–Based Missionaries. Your sponsorship covers the basic costs of living such as rent, food, and transportation so that the CBM can focus 100% on the needs of the ministry. To keep you connected with what God is doing through your sponsorship, you will receive, photos, testimonies and reports of the ministry of the CBM you sponsor on a quarterly basis.