Seeds are Growing!

The Fall has been an incredible time on our Kansas-Nebraska campuses. Truly seeds are growing. In this blog post we share photographs and stories from our campuses.
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50/50 Pledge Drive

Friends is looking for 50 people to pledge $50 monthly. If we reach this goal we can expand our support and increase our impact on campuses. Click on title to learn more!

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Moving Forward!

The theme of RECONNECT 2013 was "Making Him Known to Generations." The heart and vision of Friends is ultimately to invest in future generations through evangelism and disciple-making work on collegiate campuses. Visit the Reunion Recap to see some info on what happened and where we are heading!

The Vision of Friends

We are a group of people whose lives were forever changed through meeting Jesus Christ and discovering a life of discipleship in those formative college years. Out of gratitude we want to give back and ensure that the work continues and thrives.
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What's Happening?

There are 18 colleges and universities associated with Christian Challenge in Kansas and Nebraska. Find out what is happening and how you can support the work!
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  • In Remembrance: Bruce Briggs

    We are saddened by the recent loss of Bruce Briggs, one of the founding board members of Friends of Kansas Nebraska Collegiate Ministries. Bruce fought a valiant fight against cancer over the past three years. He leaves behind his family and a great many friends who will miss him greatly. Read More

    For Friends, my prayer is that our grown up "students" will develop affinity between one another, call forth memory of what God taught them when they were students, and to inspire them to pass on what God taught them to the next generation.
    -Brett Yohn