Our vision is to empower student leaders who are committed to transforming
their campuses with the Gospel, one life at a time.
Our mission at the St. Petersburg College Gibbs Campus is to affect the lives of students on campus by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We seek to transform the college one student at a time by creating a community conducive to developing deep relationships, promoting justice, empowering students in the faith, and developing within them the tools necessary to be leaders within the local churches of St. Petersburg.
Our Goal is to have these communities train student leaders, promote justice,
and relate studentsto local churches.
What we have accomplished:
Aug. 27, 2019 – Campus One80 has become a recognized club on campus with the hard work and dedication of our advisor, Micheal Jahosky, and our Club President, Graham Barber
Sep. 7, 2019 – Andrew Lawrence arrived from New York to lead the new ministry at SPC
Sep. 10, 2019 – Held first outreach table and made contact with numerous students
Oct. 1, 2019 – Student event – Ice Cream and Games at Eagle Crest Park 12:30-2 pm
Oct. 7, 2019 – Establish weekly outreach table
Oct. 8, 2019 – Begin first weekly Bible Study
Oct. 10, 2019 – Begin first weekly prayer meeting
October 14th- Successful service event with Babycycle Diaper Bank
Oct. 18-20, 2019 – Campus One80 Fall Conference, Sacandaga Bible Camp, Fulton, NY
November 4th- Service opportunity with BabyCycle Diaper Bank.
November- Prayer tabling and bible study ongoing, text 585-743-7652 for locations.
January 5-11, 2020 – Kelly North Carolina Hurricane Florence relief trip. Cost is $75.00 per person.
Andrew Lawrence- Minister SPC Campus One80
Andrew serves as a Minister with Campus One80 at SPC in St. Petersburg, FL. Andrew’s ministry focus is to dedicate more time to discipling other students and furthering campus outreach.
Andrew was brought up in a home that believed in God but wasn’t active in faith. Andrew had a knowledge of God, but didn’t really know God until he went to college. During his freshman year, his grandparents challenged him with the possibility that Christ could save him and Andrew took a step out in faith during an alter call at his grandparents’ church. After this step of faith, he encountered spiritual warfare and struggled in his faith for two years. He attended two different men’s Bible studies in an attempt to maintain a walk with the Lord, but still felt pulled towards worldly things. In 2014, at a student leadership training conference, Andrew recommitted his life to fully walk with the Lord. Two months later, Andrew made a public declaration of faith in Christ and was baptized. Since then, Andrew’s faith has grown and he has become a leader at Campus One80, and leads bible studies, small groups, and outreach tables. He also aided in the Father’s Heart City of Rochester Outreach Ministry.
Andrew is the oldest of three and has a younger brother and sister and has a heart to bring his family closer to the Lord. He has been blessed by his grandparent’s spiritual influence in his walk with the Lord, having one grandfather who was an administrative pastor at Lakeshore Community Church in Rochester. Andrew has completed a bachelor degree in Business Administration at SUNY Brockport.