Our passion is to see campus ministries become movements.

When campus ministries gain a reputation of infusing Jesus in people who in turn do the same, a legacy is established and a movement is born. Ministry alone may fill a hole, but the momentum of a movement will live beyond us.

Leaving Jesus in people is the essence of a campus ministry.


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Helping leaders see the big picture and the long-term destination of where the movement can go.


Getting all the right components to both students and leaders to build disciplemaking movements.


Create a cycle of honoring each other and building a continual legacy.

As a young campus minister I had big dreams but little fruit. I was discouraged, and often wondered if my aspirations of leaving a legacy were even possible.  God sent some incredible people to come along side me.  Their encouragement and support has allowed me to see the miracle of a movement. I have seen Jesus spread throughout our campus, in the work force, on the mission field and to other campus ministries around the world.

My humble hope is to keep this movement going.

— Pete Cocco

“Legacy is not leaving something for people it’s leaving something in people.”

— Peter Strople