Currently, we are present in 23 University Campuses with an average of 20 students per small group. We keep University students engaged through weekly conversations on areas of leadership, friendship and Jesus.
We also seek to build a community of friends who care deeply about each other and are willing to walk together and hold each other accountable. The target is the University Students and student leaders. About 460 students are part of these weekly conversation in their various campus small groups. Under this we engage in the following ways:
We are currently present in 23 University Campuses with an average of 20 students per small group. The main objective is to reach out to University students through weekly conversations on leadership, friendship and Jesus. We also seek to build a community of friends who care deeply about each other and are willing to walk with each other and hold each other accountable.
- Small Group Coordinators Gathering
The gatherings are held to equip and build capacity of our small group coordinators so that they become more effective in coordinating the campus groups (Outreach programs). To remind the coordinators of the “why” we do AYLF so they can champion this in campuses. Target is to bring together two students (coordinator and assistant) from each of the universities we are present in and those who have expressed an interest in engaging.
This brings together all those who have interacted with AYLF together for a one-day workshop/seminar on leadership, personal development, friendship and/or Jesus. This is important to keep the work grounded among those who have been part of it. Networking and reconnecting with friends also forms a great part of this forums. We target all AYLF members both in University and young professionals. We also open doors to anyone who would like to learn about our work.