what does charm have to do with college ministry?

A simple (but pretty cool) video today. I saw this yesterday on CBS Sunday Morning, and it brought up two awesome thoughts for college ministers:

  1. Is your ministry impacting your “campus tribe” (the college you serve) in ways that fit its particularly unique needs and characteristics?
  2. Have you considered using techniques like the one MIT is using with students, alongside your normal methods of evangelism, discipleship, service, community, etc.?

Tomorrow, my ideas on how ideas like this one can actually help us accomplish important ministry purposes. [Here’s the first post.] But I hope you’ll watch the video and ponder on your own today.

(If the video below gives you trouble, watch it at CBS here.)

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(You can find my discussion of the first question here, followed by thoughts on the second here!)

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