Approaching a stranger in general can be a difficult task, but approaching a stranger to discuss faith can be even more challenging. Mizzou Students for Christ reaches out to fellow students to invite them to their ministry.
"It's awkward approaching people, but you just need to swallow your pride and humble yourself," sophomore Brendan Borman said.
Borman, a Parks and Rec Tourism major, first got involved through students approaching him on campus. He was very involved in his high school ministry, so he said Mizzou Students for Christ is a good match.
"They are definitely people I can trust," Borman said. "I meet a lot of people everyday. It's good to know you have people that have your back."
Mizzou Students for Christ meets two days a week for Bible talks and gathers on Fridays as a larger group to sing and worship.
Caption 1: Sophomore Brendan Borman is from Kingdom City, Missouri and a part of Mizzou Students of Christ.
Caption 2: Members of Mizzou Students for Christ approach students and invite them to join their ministry on random parts of campus, such as the MU Student Center or Ellis Library.