Since this is the month for Spring Break-ing, I wanted to post some thoughts around using it – or the days after – well. Some posts, like today’s, will be edited versions of past Spring Breaky notes. Enjoy!
Here’s an idea for recruiting, discipling, and connecting with churches in your city and state – all wrapped up together.
What if you invited high school seniors to your ministry during their Spring Break this month?
Regardless of whether you’re a church-based college ministry, a campus-based ministry, or even a Christian college, we can all do our part in helping transition high schoolers into college. Plus, plenty of high school seniors are already in your town and may stay local during their Spring Break – what better way to introduce your ministry than to invite them to join?
If you advertise this in the right way, you might find youth truly interested in visiting your large group meeting, chapel, social event, etc., during their break. You might even find youth ministers willing to advertise for you – especially if they’re taking their own break during Spring Break (as some do).
One of our best opportunities for brainstorming creative methods comes by zeroing in on unique moments. Spring Break is a unique moment – not only for present college students, but for future students, too.