better connection! better access!

I want to point out a few new-or-improved ways to connect with the world of Exploring College Ministry. This post may be short, but hopefully this info will give you some cool things to explore! (Meanwhile, as you read this, there’s a good chance I’ll be driving some 12 to 14 hours toward Texas.)

categories are the bomb

You might not have noticed, but I’ve been improving the Categories here on the blog. You can find the long list of Blog Categories on the sidebar, with all the topics covered in the 439 posts so far.

I’ve been working through each post to make sure they’re all in the most helpful categories possible. It’s a work-in-progress, but I should be done in the next week or so.

The Categories are the BEST way to find the helpful or interesting posts you want to read! My hope is to keep them updated well so even first-time visitors can go straight to the most helpful tips, thoughts, and theories for their needs!

a new facebook group

You can also check the sidebar for the brand new Facebook group, “Exploring College Ministry with Benson.” As I note on the group, joining that will keep you updated:

  • as the project progresses
  • whenever I take another road trip adventure (including to a location near you!)
  • when I write books (like the upcoming ebook)
  • if there are ever ways you can help college ministry in a big way

You won’t get all that many messages – this is honestly just a way to stay updated and let me know you want to stay connected!

(In case you’ve been around for awhile, this group replaces the old one, “so Ben’s taking a road trip around the country…“)

the upcoming ebook’s site

Finally, don’t forget that www.reachingthecampustribes.com will be the official site for the upcoming college ministry ebook! That book will be released publicly on April 20th, but look for excerpts to be posted here occasionally between now and then.

Written from Barstow, California

2 Comments

  1. I would LOVE for anybody who gets ahold of it to write a review! I’ll contact you directly to talk about it more…

    But if anybody does read it and writes a review, I’d love to know! Thanks!

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