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Warren Willis

Warren Willis

Coaching Students with National School Project

Warren Willis has over 55 years of experience in gospel outreach at home in the United States and abroad. His ministry journey began in the 60’s at UC Berkeley with Campus Crusade for Christ. At the time, the Berkeley campus was known for being anti-establishment, and Warren witnessed to 199 people before a single person came to faith in Christ. After 39 years, with assignments at Berkeley, Micronesia, Canada, the Philippines, and Mongolia, Warren has helped thousands of people come to Christ.

When Warren returned to the US, he was shocked to see the irreligious state of the public schools. Convicted, he founded the California School Project at Biola University in 2002, with the goal of training college students to mentor Christian students at public high schools in the area to reach their peers with the gospel. The ministry expanded steadily and is now known as National School Project: operating out of ministry hubs in California, Illinois, and Texas, where Warren currently serves and resides with his wife, Mary.

He continues to lead and inspire NSP to reach every public school in America.

Would You Partner with Me to Reach Students in Dallas and Across the U.S.?

Would you consider joining me in this mission as a Meant for More Partner, and help send 1 or 2 of the bold student leaders that we'll be coaching this year? For just $46/month, you can help provide one student with the training, resources, and mentorship they need to reach their campus for Christ.

For $46/month, you can help me equip and send a bold Student Leader in the area where I'm serving this year.
Click BELOW to give today and partner with us in this mission as a Meant for More Partner!

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Dallas–Fort Worth

$138,000 Needed to Help Reach Students in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area