We had 3 boys in 1.5 years and soon will have 4 kids in 3 years. Find out more about our family and what life is like with so much testosterone under one roof.
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who we are. what we do. why we do it.
in a nutshell
We spread the gospel all over campus to see what students are interested and how God will work
Of the students interested, we hope to establish them with the gospel and equip them with simple tools that will allow them to walk deeply with Christ for a lifetime and help others do the same.
We get to then send students out into the workforce to be salt and light wherever God takes them, praying they would be used by God as laborers in his harvest field.
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As I look back on ministry here at K-State with The Navs there is a lot to thank God for and laugh about. With 10 days left in the year I thought it would be fun to come up with the things that were most memorable. Without further ado, here are the top 10 memorable […]
You can’t labor effectively if you don’t have the right tools. Find out what we equip students with while in college, maybe you will find them helpful?
I work for one of the best organizations you could hope for. Find out more about who The Navigators are, how they started, and the extent of their collegiate branch.
What Students Are Saying
hear how God has used us to impact students lives
“What I love about Jon is his undying dedication to people. I always knew he would want to spend time with me, whether it was watching sports, talking about God, or going to do something active. He invests his whole life into people and truly cares about those he invests in. Any of those people would say this: you can count on Jon.”Nate Lake; former CSU student
“I came to CSU for just 3 semesters from Brazil. While there, Jon introduced me to the Gospel when I started going to his Bible Study group. He made me have focus on the Word. I found friends for a life in our fellowship.”Cadu – former CSU student
“Jon introduced me to the meaning behind true discipleship. I am forever grateful for some of the knowledge and wisdom he poured into me my senior year of college at UNI. You da best man!”Derek Byrnes – former UNI student