You won't last long around The Navigators without hearing our motto, "To know Christ and to make him known." Since 1933, under founder Dawson Trotman, The Navigators has been doing exactly that: multiplying disciples around the globe. Now The Navigators has 22 ministry branches, including ministries on 175+ university campuses, and missionaries in 100+ countries.
About The Navigators: Digital Brochure
Collegiate Navigators: www.campusnavs.org
At The Navigators' national website: Who We Are
The student chapter of The Navigators at UWW has been living and sharing the gospel on campus for over forty years. What sets us apart as a ministry is a strong emphasis on spiritual transformation through the practice of spiritual disciplines (like Scripture memory and prayer) in relationships of spiritual mentoring, all with a view to pass it on to the next generation (2 Timothy 2:2).
We're a community of people (we prefer to call it a family) seeking to encourage each other to know Jesus Christ and make Him known.
Vision and Mission
Vision: To advance the Gospel of Jesus and His Kingdom into the nations through spiritual generations of laborers living and discipling among the lost.
Mission: To glorify God by fruitfully evangelizing, establishing, equipping, and exporting students for Christ from the UW-Whitewater community.
Statement of Faith (& more)
“On a scale of one to ten, I place The Navigators as a ‘ten’ among para-church ministries today. In my college days, The Navigators taught me the value of a disciplined life. In our Crusades, they developed the unsurpassed follow-up methods we use today. Thank God for The Navigators.” — Billy Graham