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August 3, 2018 at 5:05 pm #12869Craig ParkerGuest
The Navigators is an interdenominational ministry in over 100 nations (www.navigators.org) with a focus on life-to-life discipleship.
In Boston, we have a growing staff and volunteer team ministering among college students, business professionals, internationals, and those who are incarcerated. (www.navigatorsboston.org)
The Navigators has been a recognized campus ministry at Boston University since 1999. Over the years our capacity has been greatly enhanced by volunteers who can offer 5-10 hours per week to assist with various aspects of our ministry. Additionally, we would like to launch campus ministries on at least three other campuses in the city over the next two years.
Here are some opportunities:
Bible Study Leader
Partner with a student leader to help facilitate an upperclassmen Bible study.
Participate in a weekly freshman bible study Monday 7:00-8:15pm. Follow-up with students and develop discipling relationships.
Greek Life Bible Study Leader
Start a Bible study in a fraternity or sorority house.
Bring your vocational expertise to students. We are looking for Christians who could occasionally meet with students to talk about the integration of faith and work.
Speak at a Nav Night. Individuals with theological or vocational expertise are welcome who could share their wisdom at our large group meeting. Thursdays from 7:00-8:30pm.
Special Interest Workshop Leaders
Lead a workshop on a topic or skill that would add value to students.
Saturday Sports Volunteer
Play sports and build relationships. We are looking for friendly Christians to join Navs on Saturdays from 11-2pm for sports and lunch. Enjoy good conversations about life and faith.
Community Service Coordinator
Organize monthly service opportunities among the many excellent organizations doing justice work in the city.
Donate soup, casserole or a crockpot dish for open dinners on Thursdays before each Nav Night. Students stop by for fellowship and then head over to Navs together.
Cultivate student discipleship relationships on local campus with the hope of launching a small group that could become the genesis of an on campus Navigators ministry.
Applications can be found at https://bunavs.weebly.com/volunteer.html