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National School Project is becoming Decision Point on June 20. Learn more here.

Hi! We're NSP.

We are an evangelical non-profit that equips Christian middle and high school students to reach their peers for Christ.

Who We Are

For 18 years, we've equipped Christian students as “teen evangelists” to reach their peers and classmates for Christ. To date, we've seen over 9,000 students from nearly 400 schools give their lives to Christ through on-campus, student-led outreach events. The best part? These students now have the confidence to be evangelists for years to come.

We believe in equipping Christian students to be bold leaders in their faith, because we believe they can do big things for His Kingdom today. Our heart is to equip students to take ownership of reaching their school, community and peers, as they become bold, life-long followers of Jesus.


We believe the local church is the best place for sustaining long-term growth and life change in students. Not only do we love serving the local church and seeing their students become leaders, but we also love seeing local churches unite across entire cities as their students come together to reach their campuses for Christ.

Campus Awakening

3.3 million students graduate from public high school every year. That makes it one of the largest mission fields in the U.S., and it’s only open to students. We want to give every student the opportunity to hear the gospel before they graduate.
To the Love of Christ

We are committed to training students to share the gospel early and often. While only the Holy Spirit can move someone’s heart to repentance, we equip students to take ownership of the Great Commission’s call on their lives and share the gospel with their peers with love and boldness.

Christian Outreach at Public Schools: Yes, It's Legal!

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Our Campus Objectives

How do you create a campus awakening to the love of Christ? We have four main objectives that serve as guidelines for accomplishing our mission.
Reach Every Student

Many public schools have an average of 2,000 students in attendance. Every student is unique and of incredible value to God, so why settle for only reaching a handful of them? Our objective is to share the gospel 'til every student has heard.

Mobilize Christian Students

While it would be exciting enough for every student at a school to hear the gospel, it is equally important to involve as many Christian students as possible in accomplishing that goal! We want to help raise up an entire new generation of bold Christian witnesses for Christ.

Develop Future Leaders

One of the greatest opportunities and challenges of campus ministry is that a new group of students come to campus every year. That means that this mission never truly ends! To ensure long-term ministry health at a school, new leaders must continually be developed.

Mobilize the Christian Community

The most effective outreaches happen at schools with a lot of support from the Christian Community. Parents, teachers, city council members, and churches all have a role to play. It is our dream to connect at least one church to every campus we coach, and hopefully many more than that!

National School Project is becoming...

National School Project is becoming...

This year, NSP is celebrating our 20th year as a ministry, and we are humbled to see God's provision and the many milestones along the way. However, we believe there is still much more to come! That's why, we have decided to adopt some changes to our ministry that will allow us to move forward in strength as the Lord expands the ministry into new frontiers both locally in the United States and around the world. 

In short, NSP is becoming Decision Point because we believe this new name will provide greater alignment, synergy, and momentum in our mission. Decision Point better conveys our heart of giving every student an opportunity to hear the gospel before they graduate, while rallying more people to the cause. We have also found that students love this name and that it works on a campus level and will be helpful in driving forward powerful on-campus outreach that is impactful as possible. 

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