leads a movement striving to impact every college and university campus in North Carolina so that there is No Campus Left without a reproducing gospel presence.
What is a Reproducing Gospel Presence?
Defined by the No Campus Left movement according to the following four criteria, a reproducing gospel presence must be:
A group. It can be a large group, a small group, or a network of small groups. What it can’t be, because disciples are made in community, is a lone-ranger believer. They must be gathering in some fashion.
Doctrinally sound. It perpetuates orthodox doctrine in a Protestant tradition, holding to the authority of scripture, affirming the Trinity and the exclusivity of Christ, as well as other basic orthodox tenants.
Under the authority of the local church. Reaching the college campus is the biblical responsibility of the local church, not parachurch organizations.
Making Disciples. It fosters a disciple-making culture that results in multiplication. This can be disciples who are making more disciples, groups who are multiplying by starting more groups, or entire ministries that are taking new ground by starting new works on new campuses.