Our mission statement is: We want to make Jesus known in all schools and campuses in Norway so that he is believed, loved and followed
A group of Christians (Lag) come together at their school. They share thoughts, pray, eat, play, read the Bible and have conversations about everything; from everyday topics to the big questions in life. They arrange events like:
“Days of goodness”, where they, for example, distribute cocoa and waffles to fellow students and teachers.
“Grill a Christian”, where a panel of Christians are challenged to answer questions about their faith, or Christianity as a whole, from their perspective.
A “Skolelag” represents youth from different environments and denominations, who share a common platform where they spend most of their time: School. They want their schools to become better schools for everyone by showing the love of God to fellow students and teachers.
Students meet to talk about faith, read the Bible, pray and share a fellowship throughout their time as students. They invite people to share in this fellowship, get to know Jesus and learn about life as a follower of Him. Often action weeks are arranged, like the “Goodness week”, where the focus is on doing something for others, or “Skeptic week”, where they invite students to raise important questions and speak honest about faith and doubt. A “Studentlag” invite to get-togethers, events and give opportunities for leadership-training, retreats/camps, discipleship groups and much more.
Kruss are Christians that celebrate their completion of high school by standing together and helping each other to practice their faith in this time. Together they point to Jesus and show God's love to their friends and fellow russ through actions, words and presence.