making room for R&D

Who’s the “engine” of your college ministry for thinking about ways to advance your mission into new territory? I don’t mean continuing the present mission in all its effectiveness, or even tweaking things so that even more fruit is gained (although both of those are important pursuits). Today I’m asking …

more things about everybody from 10 chi alpha visits

Last week I started blogging about a unique road trip I had after the yearlong exploration. On that trip (also nationwide), I got the “inside scoop” on 10 Chi Alpha chapters, since I’d been commissioned by the national office to do just that. But when you explore one college ministry, you might …

a new view: campus geography

This is something that’s so easy to ignore once a college ministry gets planted and is running relatively smoothly… but campus geography absolutely matters. But if you were a missionary, you’d consider where you lived and where you planted a church and where you spent your time based on the where the people …