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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2002 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20875/show/20698.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2002 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20875/show/20698

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Title Houstonian 2002
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Title Organizations
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Transcript Victory Campus Ministries VCjH spreads tke gospel on Campus As students come from around the world to go to a new school, they often feel lost or isolated in the crowds. Victory Campus Ministries (VCM) offered students a sense of family, and a place to grow through discipleship. Every Wednesday night they met in the University Center for the "Edge", a time of worship, fellowship and outreach. "We want our relationships to reflect the love of Christ. We have a common vision to reach this campus so that we can share how our lives have been changed by the love of God," said senior psychology major Susan Barra. VCM focused on evangelism and spreading the gospel on the University of Houston Campus. In October they held the Week of the Supernatural. It was a week of outreach to the students, faculty and staff of the campus. They had guest speakers each night and a magic show during the day in which they invited people to come out that night. They also had a media presentation about the existence of the supernatural and its portrayal in the movies. "The different way the outreach was presented made it entertaining and fun to participate in. I never knew that magic could be used to share the gospel," said junior MIS major Ryan Long. Over Spring Break they did an outreach in Alvin. It was a time in which they used open-air preaching, testimonies and videos to share the gospel. "Hells Bells", one of the videos, looked at how music and other media affect the lives of students. Every evening Matt Rash, the VCM staff worker, gave a talk and the students put on skits. "One thing I liked was being able to see the spiritual needs of the students, being able to speak into their situations and showing them God's light," said senior media productions major Henry Esparza. VCM is associated with Morning Star Christian Church and they also worked with several other campus ministries. Their main partner was Champions for Christ, which focused on doing ministry to the athletes of this campus. They also have ministries specifically focused on International students and art students. Victory Campus Ministries was home to everyone who is looking for spiritual growth and discipleship. -Donald Scherer Leading the group Senior marketing major Jerret Sykes leads worship during the Spring Break outreach in Alvin. VCM often did various things to keep students excited about the organization and prayer. Photo courtesy of VCM Officer fist President: Oubong Ekpin Vice President: Alison Matlack Secretary: Monica Adams Campus Minister: Matt Rasch 'Smile everyonel* VCM members pose for a group picture during the week of the Supernatural. It was a time in which they saw God do many supernatural things. Photo courtesy of VCM Friends Senior psychology major Susan Barra, senior psy chology major Shanna Miller, junior business major Keandra Ewing share a moment under the shade. Being in VCM, brought many members closer and build friendships. Photo courtesy of VCM s1(Oa/ Organizations Prayer & Worship Members of Victory Campus Ministry praise God during a campus outreach. VCM often encouraged its members to pray and get involved in worship. Photo courtesy of VCM Victory v^anipus Ministriei