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National School Project is now Decision Point. Learn more here.

AM 1160 Chicago Challenge

$46/month is all it takes to equip and send one bold student to share the gospel on their campus this year.

Call (888) 673-4125 to Learn More!

Lost students are desperate for the gospel. Christian students are desperate to do more.

Decision Point is an evangelical non-profit equipping Christian students to share Jesus with their peers and classmates. Our mission is to proclaim the gospel to the next generation till every student has heard.

Since 2002, we have seen nearly 10,000 students give their lives to the Lord as a result of their peers’ bold proclamation of the gospel. For just $46/month you can be a part of continuing this impact. How? By helping to equip and send Christian students like Jonah throughout the Chicagoland area to share the gospel with their peers and classmates.

Jonah is a Student Leader in the Chicago area who appeared on am1160's Common Good radio show to share why he feels called to share the gospel at his school!

“My passion is to share that our everlasting hope is so much greater than these pleasures of the flesh that we sit complacent with here on earth,”
he says. “I’m so glad that I’m able to share the gospel publicly at school, and it’s all thanks to Decision Point and God’s provision through them.”

Would you give today and help support a Christian student like Jonah as they share the gospel on their public school campus today?
The Common Good feat. Decision Point, formerly National School Project
Listen to segments from The Common Good show below to hear from Decision Point staff and Student Leaders, who are actively working to reach their campuses for Christ! Tune in live and listen for Decision Point on the Common Good Show later this month for the latest stories and updates from the ministry in the Chicago area.

Learn More about Decision Point's Impact in the Chicago Area