As you look back at this school year,

do you remember intentional ways your students were taught wisdom – not just “theology”?

Not just content the Bible shares, but also biblical counsel – from speakers, leaders, or peers –

about applying it to their actual, everyday, student lives?

Did they learn how to shine in the midst of a campus,

are they better friends and family members,

are they closer to understanding God’s calling for each of their lives,

are they better students, better with their time, and better future spouses because of this year in your ministry?

As you look back at this school year,

do you remember intentional ways your students were taught theology – not just “wisdom”?

Not just biblical counsel about “practical” matters but also truths that will last them a lifetime –

about God, His word, and what He says about themselves?

Did they learn to understand the Bible better, to wrestle with hard truths about God,

to know what they believe – and why,

to pick a solid church in the future,

to not be swayed by the winds and waves of doctrine that they’ll face in five or fifty years?

Do they know God, His word, and the truth about themselves better because of this year in your ministry?