Start a Chapter
Probably you are in a college or University and there is no Chapter where you are, the right thing to do is start one, no matter how small. Jesus started with 12 people (Disciples) and grew from there. The Bible says
"Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin, to see the plumb line in Zerubbabel’s hand.”
Zechariah 4:10 NLT
Starting a Believers Loveworld Campus Ministry Chapter needs serious, dedicated people with a vision.
First, the fellowship needs a Spiritual advisor, that's why we implore you to register with the Believers Loveworld Campus Ministry. This is a crucial role for the success and continuation of your fellowship. Remember that if you are a student now, in a few years you will graduate, and there has to be someone that will continue God’s work that you start on campus after the current students graduate.
Second, you need a team, a few dedicated students are needed to work together to start and continue the fellowship on campus. Most of the time the first set of people you win are the ones to help lead the fellowship.
Get a Venue, find a suitable location to use on campus for weekly fellowships. It can be any other day of the week, not just sundays.
Find out from your Student Activities Center (or equivalent) what are the requirements for starting an official student society/club/organization. There are usually a few requirements that may include a faculty advisor, 2 to 3 people to serve as officers, members names and signatures, a mission statement, and a constitution. These may differ from school to school, so you have to research the steps to take at your particular university. You can register the Society as Youth empowerment organisation and not religious organisation.
There are many advantages to registering a student organization on campus:
Many schools only allow registered groups to advertise on campus or in school publications.
Registered groups are often allocated a certain amount of money to assist with their programs on campus.
Registering on campus gives you the right to use school buildings and on-campus facilities for meetings and events. You also have the right to have a booth at an “info fair” at the beginning of the school year to advertise your group to new students.
Most schools offer a mailbox, webspace, and an email address, so you don’t have to change your organization’s contact info from year to year.
Are you ready?