Campus Ambassadors @ UAlbany

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT


LEADERSHIP   DEVELOPMENT

A campus minister is a leader amid future leaders. The students with whom we work will be tomorrow’s leaders in the churches and institutions of our society. Will they lead in such a way that the gospel will go forth, visible righteousness be established, the love of God made evident, and the lordship of Christ proclaimed?

Campus Ambassadors is committed to train students to be leaders in all arenas of life. This leadership training takes place primarily in the context of the university campus. And our campuses desperately need women and men who will influence others with the truth and relevance of Christianity. While the college setting provides a great opportunity to learn many facets of leadership, we must be mindful to train in a way and with skills that will be applicable for life after college. The individuals we touch will in turn touch multitudes more as they graduate and settle into various communities. As these Campus Ambassador alumni become involved in local churches, the marketplace, education, politics and government — indeed all aspects of life — they will have opportunity to influence many.

As we engage ourselves in the process of leadership development, both on the secular campus and amid our constituency, we must be conscious that God may be preparing us to be used in a broader way. (The concerns and experience that God is giving us may be beneficial to evangelicals of many different denominational heritages across the nation.) Therefore, our goal is to develop individual ministries that are so accomplished with excellence, relevance and universality that they could serve as effective biblical models for others. As we deepen our own commitment and understanding, we will gain a broad attention and be given an expanded opportunity to make a difference.

Campus Ambassadors is committed to leadership in the Kingdom of God for Christ, His Church and His cause. This leadership concerns PERSONAL-CORPORATE-PUBLIC-DISCIPLESHIP. This is what it means to “make disciples” (Matt. 28:19). Our staff training program is focused to produce leaders in this discipleship. We seek to achieve such leadership development of our campus staff and within the local church. This is the task of the CA New Staff Training Program.

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