the weirder models: a growth sector in collegiate ministry?

This week, I’ve been finalizing my lectures for a Dallas Theological Seminary class I’ll be teaching this week; it’s forced me to think through (and organize) some things I haven’t pondered in awhile. One thing I noticed was the growth of my outline in the area of “Additional Types of …

eleven ways to use the break (a fridea)

It’s possible you’ll have some time to “ponder” over the Winter Break, maybe even a chance to get away with staff or key leaders to plan or tweak the upcoming semester. You’re the expert on what your ministry needs most, but I thought I’d throw out a list to help …

who’s your “board” (with or without quotes)?

Every once in awhile, I get to sit in on brainstorming meetings – either for college ministry, like this last weekend, or in other areas. One this week involved several people sorting through a non-profit’s mission and vision statements, as this org seeks to move forward in clarifying its identity. …

question 2: what is working?

This week, I’m asking the questions that come up when I consult with college ministries. They’re great for this time of year, because we’ve got the chance to adjust midstream as 2014 approaches. After asking why a specific campus ministry should actually exist, my second question dives into other areas …