CAUSE - Christian Ambassadors United for Service and Evangelism
The purpose of CAUSE Student Ministries is to mobilize JBU students for ministry and service on campus, in the community, and around the world. CAUSE is a group of student-initiated and student-led ministries that motivate, train, and support students as they learn to apply their knowledge and skills to various outreach opportunities.
Walker Student Center - Office 132 in the Student Leadership Center
For more information, contact:
CAUSE Ministry Directory
Child Evangelism Fellowship:
Our goal is to evangelize children with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, disciple them in His Word, and establish them in Bible teaching churches so that they can become mature in their faith. CAUSE's CEF ministry trains JBU students to teach Bible clubs to children from 1st through 5th grade.
Community Service Outreach:
This outreach group serves and cares for the community of Siloam Springs and surroundings areas.
This ministry focuses on meeting construction needs in the community for individuals and organizations.
Ready to tell people about Jesus? Evan (short for evangelism!) puts together short outings that give JBU students opportunities to intentionally share the gospel with non-believers. Training is provided! So even if you you don't think you're ready, we'll help you be. God can use YOU to tell the lost about their Savior!
This dance ministry aims to foster relationships among young women on campus through the joy and common interest of dance while ministering to the surrounding community.
Taking God's light to a dark place, JBU's jail ministry visits detainees every week to share His Love.
JBU Nature Society:
This ministry exists to expand the University's concept of what stewardship and progress should be through education and service.
New Life Ranch Mentoring Ministries:
• Right Lead:
Right Lead uses horses to build mentoring relationships between students and local underprivileged children. Student mentors attend one two-hour session per week at New Life Ranch. Right Lead is a great opportunity to learn about horses or use previous horse knowledge, but most importantly, to show the love of Christ.
• Right Quest:
Right Quest uses outdoor adventure and education to build mentoring relationships between the mentor and local underprivileged, at-risk children. Student mentors attend one two-hour session per week at New Life Ranch, giving their students hope, love, service, and friendship.
Nursing Home Ministry:
Students make weekly visits to the nursing home to develop friendships and share Christ's love with its residents. Get involved in this powerful and heartwarming ministry.
Partners in Prayer:
A missions-focused prayer ministry that is centered around hearing stories from missionaries and praying for the work that they are doing around the world. In addition, this ministry seeks to bring world awareness to the JBU campus through opening our eyes to prayer needs in other countries.
Side by Side:
Students working to develop mentoring relationships with local school children, particularly those for whom English is not their home language.
This ministry strives to help students in Watts (OK) school district achieve better grades. This involves teaching them study skills, how to problem solve, and most importantly encouraging and giving them positive assurance in their ability to succeed.