partnership via a “sister campus”

In the last post, I pushed us to consider long-term partnership. The post below is one of my more unique suggestions along this line… and very worth exploring for the new semester! Does your college ministry have a “sister campus”? This means partnering outside your normal realm – whether it’s …

where are your long-term partners?

I have a few things on my mind after an awesome week in Ethiopia, so I’d imagine they’ll seep out (college ministry-tinged, of course) on the blog this week. As the jet lag continues, here’s a thought for today. I was reminded this week just how powerful and effective long-term …

events & processes & spring break

Since many college ministries have Spring Break events this month, I thought I’d send something for you to think about: Have you designed a process to follow the Spring Break “event”? Even a ski trip can be followed by a process. Even if your college ministry’s Spring Break is focused …

do they see some good?

College ministries have the amazing chance to draw people to the Lord – and establish change on their campus and in the world – by beating the world at its own game(s). Surely, students in your campus ministry and the average non-Christian on your campus have some hopes in common. …

when it’s just one, it’s just one

It’s okay to have only one ministry purpose. I don’t mean having a single aim for your entire college ministry – although that’s probably okay, too, if you see your ministry as complementary to other ministries students will be impacted by. But what I mean today is that it’s okay …

fruit & fun from a sister campus

Yesterday I broached the possibility of finding another college campus (or another college ministry on another campus) to form a sort of “sisterhood” with, like some cities in the U.S. have “sister cities” across the world. Today, I wanted to explore what might be gained from this relationship! fruit and …