your army of (overlooked?) editors

As a college minister, you’re probably creating something all the time. You plan a weekly message, you write a blog post, you craft emails to everyone. You write outlines for your leadership meeting, write curriculum, design discussion questions for small groups, or craft fundraising letters. Maybe you edit videos, post on …

celebrate the best-of (or worst-of) – two frideas that look similar

Two ways to build community and culture are so simple (and so effective) they almost feel cliche: honoring examples of the culture you’re trying to build self-deprecation While these two avenues seem worlds apart, they can share a common mode, one method that can accomplish either (or even both): a …

four lovely questions for valentine’s day

For Valentine’s Day, a past post assessing the relationships and romances that develop within your college ministry… We college ministers need to talk plenty about “love and relationships” – those things are on our students’ minds, they trip up plenty of Christian students, they provide a chance to run counter-cultural …