four in a row: find the theme!

See if you can find the theme: Yesterday morning, I met with Ryan McReynolds, Northeast Regional Director for Operations for Campus Crusade. Among lots of other things, we discussed Cru’s shift to using missional team models in some areas. In those cases, staff members at one developed campus will help …

more big ideas for developed campus ministries

Continuing yesterday’s post from my seminar at National Collegiate Summit… (Mini-updates on this 6-week Road Trip are still at the bottom of each post, but I’ll hopefully get to provide a “major update” about next steps tomorrow – or even sooner for those in the Facebook Group!) Idea #4: Clone …

the new kid on the block: young life college

I know personally of three nationally-known, large-operation, interdenominational parachurch college ministries in America: Campus Crusade for Christ, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and the Navigators. You know, the big guys. But, as you may or may not know, there may now be a fourth. Young Life, long known for its ministry to …

so far #6: school? on sundays?

Yes, this is a blog about College Ministry & Sunday school, and all I’ve seen in this area during my trip so far. But even if you don’t have Sunday school at your church – or even if you don’t think you’d ever be allowed to tweak Sunday school at …

the collegiate church model, episode one

One of the newest college ministry models is the collegiate church. I had certainly heard of “collegiate churches” before this trip, but part of the fun of this year is getting to see my preconceived notions discarded, corrected, or at the very least nuanced. I certainly know a lot more …

a match made in boston

Howdy, friends! I mentioned last week that I’d gotten to see several interesting College Ministry models the last few weeks. Today, I begin the run-down, with a short review of one of these models – and the things I find interesting. I’ll do similarly for each. Please don’t forget the …