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Building laborers on the campus for the lost world



What is Mobilization?


Our vision is to see students reached on the campus and sent into the world as ambassadors of Christ.

Mobilization is the process of preparing and deploying students for post-college faithfulness and impact in God's kingdom. We desire to see every student involved in the ministry mobilized intentionally from the campus. Some will go into the 10/40 window, some will serve in the inner city, some will make disciples in the marketplace, their families, and many other places.

Regardless of occupation or context, we desire that all graduates would live out their Christian calling: to know God and make Him known.




Finish college well,
launch into the world well.


We want to help you mobilize from the campus well. Collecting this information allows the Campus Outreach staff to know how we can better help you during your transition. Having your contact information allows us to keep you informed of upcoming events, and resourced throughout the school year. We promise not to spam you with unwanted communication.

Name *
Interests *
Check ALL the things you have an interest in doing after college.
Are there any other areas you have an interest in that are not listed above?
If you're interested in going overseas, do you have a heart for anywhere in particular? What could you see yourself doing overseas?
Explain anything from the "Interests" section.




Have you ever asked yourself these questions:

How could God use my life after college? What challenges will I face after graduation? How do I know what God is calling me to after college? What specific opportunities are there for me after college? What will it take to have a thriving walk with Christ after college? What are my next steps as I think about transitioning from the campus? What does it look like to live out the Great Commission beyond the campus?

These are exactly the issues we address at the annual Campus Outreach Laborers Retreat. The Retreat is a great opportunity to learn about laboring in the harvest for a lifetime. At the conference you will hear from Campus Outreach staff, church leaders, Campus Outreach alumni (from the workplace, inner-city ministry, foreign missions) on various topics relevant to an effective transition from the campus.



September 28 - 29, 2018



$20.00 registration fee for seniors & 2nd semester juniors



Second Presbyterian Church
4055 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38111





A Few Practical Tips
About Mobilizing Well.





Just Do Something - Hyper-spiritual approaches to finding God's will don't work. It's time to try something new: give up. Pastor and author Kevin DeYoung counsels Christians to settle down, make choices, and do the hard work of seeing those choices through.
Don't Waste Your Life - A passionate call for this generation to make their lives count for eternity. John Piper discusses the risks for those who seek to accomplish something in life for the sake of Christ.
Operation World - This definitive global prayer handbook has been used by more than a million Christians to pray for the nations. Now in its 7th edition, it has been completely updated and revised by Jason Mandryk with a team of missionaries and researchers, and it covers the entire populated world.
The Search For Significance - Robert McGee's best-selling book has helped millions of readers learn how to be free to enjoy Christ's love while no longer basing their self-worth on their accomplishments or the opinions of others.
Following Jesus In The "Real World" - What does it mean to follow Jesus after college? The terrain is unmapped, the destination uncertain, the stakes high. Richard Lamb deftly blends scriptural insights, stories of recent graduates, and his own life experience to offer sound advice and practical encouragement for a confusing time.


Foundations For Life - This workbook has been designed to be a helpful mobilization tool, providing you with perspective and resources and preparing you to make this crucial transition.
Are Out of the Papermill into the Pew - Excerpt: For a considerable number of graduates who were converted through a campus ministry, active involvement in a local church is a new experience. For them, the awkwardness of the transition may be particularly acute. But even those who have enjoyed the benefits of a solid church life prior to their campus experience often find reentry difficult.
Are You Tentmaking or Just Camping Out? - Excerpt: [After college] I had to choose to invest in people with whom I could interact regularly and who seemed to be open to the gospel. Once I did this, I began to find more and more opportunities to share my faith ...
If I Could Live My Life Over - Excerpt: if I can tell you in a positive, constructive way about my own mistakes and failures, and thereby warn and challenge you not to repeat them, this article will be a valid venture. If I can help just one other person avoid one of my pitfalls, then I rejoice ...