What we do
The core of what we do as a ministry is based around our calling to multiply laborers living and discipling among the lost. We do this through a few weekly activities: Nav Night & Bible study, and individual and group discipleship. We also scatter fun events throughout the semester to gather and have FUN!
Check out the information below to learn more, and if you have any questions or would like to get plugged into any of these areas, please contact us.
NavNight & Bible Studies
If you're new to campus or want to try out Navs, this is a great place to see what we're about!
We believe in the importance of seeking the Lord together as a community. Studying the Word of God is also essential to our lives as followers of Christ, and therefore, it is a strong focus of our community in The Navigators.
So on Tuesday nights at 7PM, our ministry meets together for a time of fellowship and teaching, then break out into small group bible studies (gender & year groupings). While not all of these times will always look the same, we'll always be worshipping the Lord - through prayer, messages, bible study, discussion, music, and more!
"And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another-_and all the more as you see the Day approaching."
- Hebrews 10:24-25
Being with Jesus, in the context of community, to become like Him, to then do what He invites us all into!
The moto of the Navigators is "To know Christ, make Him known, and help others do the same!"
We believe in the importance of learning from Jesus while walking with others in their faith journeys as well.
As you learn more about Navs, you'll hear the term
"spiritual generations" thrown out a lot. This is how we describe the discipleship relationships that are formed within our community. We are ALL continually learning how to walk closer with Christ, and a major tool for us is being able to learn from those more experienced in the faith and then teaching what we
learn to younger believers. This is done in a one-to-one context, but also in small groups. In this leaves room for discovery and allows one to freely ask questions of doubt or about Christianity in general!
" And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses, entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others."
-2 Timothy 2:2