a month’s worth of college ministry thinkings!

You may have noticed that it’s been awhile since I’ve been able to offer a “weekly wrap-up,” what with my crazy mouth-health issues in the first half of April and my fourteenth giant Road Trip in the second half. But I’ve grown to enjoy putting those wrap-up posts together – not only because they keep me reading everybody’s blogs, but also because I’m hopeful it’s a chance to connect YOU with some of the most helpful stuff out there.

I’ve spent the last couple of days working my way through all the blogs I’d been missing. So while it may get a little messy, I wanted to present some of the best finds from that time.

As always, this list is my subjective collection of what I think should help my readers most. And because I’ve had to catch up in a rather speedy fashion, my selection process was even more haphazard than usual! But still, I hope you can find some time today or this week and help yourself to some helpful thinkings. Categorized for your convenience!

methods

wisdom for the field

assessment

books

and more

  • Chi Alpha at UVM had a little tolerance-hiccup when trying to get started, Glen Davis reports.
  • Christians in Action has won Campus Org of the Year at Texas A&M – Corpus Christi, reports Wes Woodell! (The actual announcement is in PDF form.)
  • Betsy Prosise, presently a student and college minister-in-training, offers a great perspective on (and nice thank-you for) us who blog.

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