The Money campaign is a synergy between justice, evangelism, and God's heart for the poor. Together with World...
The Money Campaign
The Money Campaign is intended to be a combination of a Proxe station, a Small Group series, and a Large Group training. (Please see "Money Campaign Leaders Notes" below for a full description of each part of the Campaign.) It has been tested on four campuses, and three out of four campus staff said it is the best proxe experience they have ever hosted on campus. (See the video from UC Riverside for a staff perspective on bringing this campaign to campus.) The goal of the Money Campaign is to deepen your core students in financial discipleship, to engage the campus in a practical message of Gospel transformation, and to bless Swaziland with caregiver kits via World Vision.
Editable Word poster (tabloid sized) for the campaign to advertise on your campus.
Editable Word poster (letter sized) for the Money campaign to advertise on your campus.
A PowerPoint background for use with the Money Campaign
This is a guide to using the money proxe.
This excellent article helps you and your peers go deeper in the journey of financial discipleship.
This is a guide to using the money pocket proxe.
For your Large Group and Kit-build, here is a sample talk, including a call to faith.
If you want to bring the campaign to campus, be sure to consider these steps
Step-by-step article about building a spectacular follow up system.
Here is the Small Group and Large Group series, with key values
Play this video for your leaders or at Large Group to build interest and ownership for the campaign.
What if a conversation about money could lead someone to faith? Hear why staff love this campaign.
This is zipped file of Money Proxe Graphics and a powerpoint presentation.
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Instructions on how to attach Proxe Station panels to foam board
5"x7" Pocket Proxe, printed cards, four circles with Prodigal Son context.