The DYI campaign to maximize campus impact, multiply citywide impact and magnify global impact is well underway and it's all about people.
From across the globe in China to Village One right here in Omaha, the impact of DYI is a force for spiritual transformation.
Visit the DYI wall displays and the City Wide Impact kiosk at the Old Mill Campus and watch for regular updates.
The first training class of leaders and pastors of house churches through CCC partner organizations began in April 2011. Over 200 people have been equipped to share the Gospel. With training planned for 500 more Chinese leaders and pastors over the next year, the global impact will be exponential.
Middle School space
The completion of the Middle School space in the student center in Spring 2011 will impact the next generation of students as they learn to make life decisions. Equipped with ample seating, high energy tech and a coffee bar of its own, the new space is a prime location for Middle School students to explore and strengthen their faith.
Progress is in the process
Initiatives to maximize the Old Mill Campus have begun and the outcome will be a welcoming environment where people pursue their spiritual journey and relationships are built. Spring 2011 saw the selection of BVH as the architect for campus improvements, the completion of the first phase of roofing repairs and seating capacity expansion in the Access venue. A traffic and parking study, campus beautification, upgrades to the sports fields and finalization of campus renovation master plans took place over the summer. Behind the scenes preparation and strategic planing are laying a strong foundation for future campus impact.
Jail Campus / Mike Goett
Impact has been multiplied at the Douglas County Jail since January 2011 through the work of Campus Pastor Mike Goett and his team of committed volunteers. Sunday afternoon services in Mod 18 and midweek Bible studies have reached over 250 inmates with the message of the Gospel, and a second Mod was adopted in July. With 19 baptisms, multiple conversions and 20 missionaries equipped for outreach, the potential for impact and changed lives is just beginning to be realized.
One generation will commend your works to another; they will tell of your mighty acts. They will speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty, and I will meditate on your wonderful works." Psalm 145:4-5