This was originally a Fridea awhile back, but since our church is hosting a Marriage Ministry Training right now, I thought it appropriate to repost…
I’ve recently been reminded of the roles marriage ministry – usually in its pre-marital form – can play in collegiate ministry.
One method – very accessible for most college ministers – could be absolutely revolutionary in certain students’ lives.
What if you pulled in “mentor couples,” Christian spouses specifically excited to hang out with seriously dating or engaged college students?
It’s easy to think of this only in terms of “premarital counseling,” and that could be one function here. But it could be much simpler than that, too. What if seriously dating couples simply had the chance to share a meal with an older married couple? You might be surprised by how quickly your students could jump at this chance.
And while we’re at it, let’s take this one step further: Could you ever offer something along these lines to your campus as a whole? What could that even mean?