WE WELCOME UNIVERSITY STUDENTS INTO COMMUNITY
On many university campuses around the world, Christian ministries are difficult, if not impossible to find. At a key time in their lives, students are often without a place where they can explore life and faith in a real way. Globalscope is our way to address the need for Christian communities on international campuses where even the most skeptical students can belong.
The mission of Globalscope is to transform the world’s university students through authentic and relevant campus ministry. Globalscope is unique in that Christians, atheists, agnostics and anyone in between can find community together. Everyone is welcome and is free to ask hard questions about life and faith while experiencing Christian community.
Serving with Globalscope
Young people who have the desire to invest their lives in connecting their generation with God serve as Globalscope international campus ministers. University students can also apply to serve as an exchange intern for a semester at an international university served by Globalscope. Students who choose this opportunity will serve with one of our established campus ministries and have the support of a Christian community during their exchange semester.
For more than 20 years, our Globalscope teams have extended grace and hospitality in ways that have allowed students to meet Jesus. A day in the life of a Globalscope campus minister often looks like this:
- Working closely with the ministry team to create a welcoming community.
- Leading and participating in groups and mentoring students.
- Hosting events, giving talks, preparing meals and creating hospitable spaces for students.
- Organizing creative group events, retreats and service projects that impact the broader community.
- Cultivating meaningful relationships with students where Jesus-centered conversations can occur.
Our Globalscope international campus ministers focus on key universities in major cities. These young leaders provide a Christian community and model authentic relationships with Jesus for the world’s most unreached generation.
Mitchell Keys had been a student and a leader at Auburn Christian Fellowship and was inspired to consider Globalscope by the many former Auburn students who now serve in our campus ministries. “I wanted what they have!” he said. Now, he’s serving with the CMF team in Brisbane, Australia.
Hundreds of other university graduates have come to the same conclusion as Mitchell and devoted their lives (or a few years!) to helping international students on their faith journeys. These students need to find a place that fills the hole in their lives — a community of genuine friends that intersects with God — and Globalscope campus ministries exist to help them do that!