easter, and its opportunities for college ministry

With students leaving town and campuses often closed on some day or another, can campus ministries even celebrate Easter, or use Easter time strategically? Of course they can. Here are some thoughts from past posts about this week. If you’ve missed some opportunities this year, put them on the calendar …

where could you plant… THIS semester?

The many “unreached” and under-reached campus tribes are on my mind this morning. Is there one near you? Maybe it’s a community college that feeds into your big state school. A smaller school that’s always overshadowed by ten others in your metropolitan area. A tech school, or art institute. Whatever …

the joy of art

I’ve gotten a couple of chances to play in my creative side recently here at work. A report I planned to give to my team presented an opportunity to share data with gusto. And a video I shot allowed for some freewheeling fun. So I’ve got a question for you: …

between entry-level and leadership: what do you require?

How often do you establish requirements for students who wish to participate in certain ministry activities? Clearly, most of what a college ministry offers – from “front doors” like Large Group Meetings to most forms of small groups to campus events – wouldn’t draw lines on who can or can’t …