Student Ministries

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.

CAUSE Office:
Walker Student Center - Office 132 (SMLT) in the Student Leadership Center

For more information, contact:

CAUSE@jbu.edu

 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.

Mikayla Roberts   

Community Service Outreach: By meeting physical needs of individuals and organizations in the community of Siloam Springs and surrounding areas, this group seeks to show the tangible and active love of Jesus to others.

Josh Bartlett   

Emily Pearce

Cornerstone: This ministry focuses on meeting construction needs in the community for individuals and organizations.

Michael Merrill

Jonathan Jenkins

E-VAN: E-VAN is a threefold ministry that 1) encourages students to grow into a deeper understanding of the gospel message, God's character, and the world's need for Christ, 2) equips students with the knowledge and tools necessary to effectively reach the lost world, and 3) provides practical opportunities to share the Gospel message with the NWA community.

Kaitlyn Vestal

Matthew Stoering

Alissa Hunnicutt

Great Abandon: 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.

Becky Ramirez

Jail Ministry: Taking God's light to a dark place, JBU's jail ministry visits detainees every week to share His Love.

Anne Clemenger 

Ryan DaCosta        

JBU Nature Society:  This ministry exists to expand the University's concept of what stewardship and progress should be through education and service.

Laticia Warren

Olivia Hilario

New Life Ranch Mentoring Ministries:

•    Right Lead uses horsemanship to build mentoring relationships between JBU students and local underprivileged and at-risk children.  Student mentors impact children's lives during a two-hour session each 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 uses outdoor adventure and education to build mentoring relationships between the JBU students and local underprivileged and at-risk children. Student mentors impact these children's lives during one two-hour session each week at New Life Ranch, giving their students hope, love, and friendship.

•    Right Choice is a new NLR community ministry using agricultural and farming projects to share the Gospel and Biblical teaching while fostering relationships between local at-risk youth and JBU student mentors. Student mentors share their time and show Christ's love to these students during the weekly two-hour classes.

Elissa Branum

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.

Katherine Holderness

Salina Adolph

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.

Laura Nelson

Josiah Wadsack

Side by Side: Students working to develop mentoring relationships with local school children, particularly those for whom English is not their home language.

Lea Finder

Students Against Sex Slavery (SASS): Dedicated to helping end sex slavery in Arkansas, SASS holds events that promote awareness and directly partners with the only anti-sex slavery organization in AR, located in Little Rock. We raise money each semester to support a rescued girl through treatment and support the organization by working at their fundraising events. Although SASS specifically focuses on sex slavery in Arkansas, topics related to sex slavery within the United States and around the globe will also be addressed.

Kris Gay

Joel Reindel

Watts Tutoring: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.

Kaitlyn Reames

Abigail Grant

The Wells Project: This ministry exists in response to the Global Water Crisis, which kills 2.2 million people each year. TWP  is a national collegiate branch of Living Water International.  TWP will put on many events throughout the year like the 10 Days project, in which students for ten days only drink water so that they can help provide clean water to those without adequate access.

Ethan Zuck