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StuMo hosts transformative discipleship events at TCU

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Moe Salas gives a sermon on perspective at the University Baptist Church for Stumo Late Night on Monday, Feb. 19. (Aliyah Howell/Staff Photographer)

Student Mobilization (StuMo) is an organization that provides college students with community and opportunity to help them grow spiritually and learn to spread the gospel.

“StuMo is a huge reason I am where I am today,” Mia Alexander, a senior kinesiology major, said. “God has challenged me and sought after me in my faith and has shown me parts of His heart I may have never known about in this stage of my life, especially in college.”

“The main goal of StuMo is to raise up the next generation of leaders to go out and make disciples on college campuses and share the gospel with those who may have never heard,” she added.

Small and big group sessions are key ways the Student Mobilization staff aims to bring light to dark places.

“StuMo offered me training and personal discipleship that consistently pushed me to the feet of Jesus,” Grace McCurdy, a junior mathematics and secondary education major, said.

A disciple is someone who spreads the knowledge they have learned about their faith. The disciple-making team meets weekly to discuss theology, discipleship and other training topics.

“At TCU, StuMo’s main goal is to train students who will make disciples so that ultimately more people across the world will know that salvation is made possible, because Jesus lived the life we couldn’t live, died the death that we deserve and defeated death so that we might have a right relationship with God if we turn from our sins and trust in Him as our Lord and Savior,” McCurdy said.

Students can train to become leaders of the organization or can just participate in growing themselves spiritually through hosted events.

Events hosted by StuMo include Bible studies and late-night meetings on campus.

Starting April 10 at 7:30 a.m., a new meeting called “Foundations” will be held every Wednesday morning on the third floor of the Brown-Lupton University Union.

Additional off-campus events include a four-day conference every January called the Student Mobilization Conference and a project called Kaleo based in Florida over the summer.

To get involved with StuMo, staff members are around campus every day reaching out to students or there is a place where anyone interested can connect with staff on TCU Engage.

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