Students today.
World leaders tomorrow.

Uniting campus ministries for over 20 years

Campus Renewal began with two students praying for revival at the University of Texas at Austin in the early 90s. As they did this, they quickly discovered a hindrance in ministry on campus: the body of Christ was divided. Seeking to change this, they started Campus Renewal and began to invite the body of Christ to join in prayer and mission. In 10 years, the number of students involved in campus ministry nearly tripled! Since then, the ministry has influenced hundreds of campuses, and hopes to see God spread this blessing to every campus in America.

The Magazine

Read stories of what God is doing on college campuses!


Avengers Assemble

19.04.2018 / 0 comments

A man with an iron suit, a fallen son born of royalty, an assassin, an archer, a solider, a giant green monster, a telekinetic girl, a speedster and a humanoid android form a dysfunctional ticking time bomb called upon to…

Easter at Cornell

31.07.2017 / 0 comments

Easter weekend is a crazy time of family events, egg hunts, candy, traveling, and church functions. However, for Cornell University, Easter weekend is focused on community, worship, service and a 48-hour prayer tent, serving over 2,000 people. These events were put…

Florida Universities Multiply Through Discipleship

31.07.2017 / 1 comments

Believers at multiple universities in Florida are seeing the glory of growing the Kingdom of God, one group at a time. Staff members coach a few student leaders, who then start discipleship groups with new believers they share the gospel…

The Model

Ultimately, Campus Renewal wants to see every campus saturated with the Gospel of Jesus. This means every people group is witnessed to, from the track team to the dorms, from the Greek communities to the student government.

By partnering the Church on campus together in united prayer and collaborative mission, Campus Renewal strategically identifies where the Body of Christ is or isn’t present, changing the culture of operating in isolation.

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