“The University is the clear cut fulcrum with which to move the world…More potently than by any other means, change the university and you change the world.” – Dr. Charles Malik, Former Sec. General of the United Nations Want to change the…
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Want your ministry to multiply this year? Delegate responsibility to your student leaders, starting today. Wait, wait, I know. You think they will buy the wrong beef patties for the fall kick-off cookout. I get it. You might take a few losses, but it’s still…
How we invest our summer months can have a huge impact on our fall and spring semesters. If we don’t “water the flowers” in the summer, we might find ourselves with a dry and wilting crop in the fall.
Want to make sure the short-term mission program you’re considering is effective and of high quality? I’m going to walk you through the seven standards that SOE (Standards of Excellence in Short-term Mission) has developed.
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Although the overwhelming logistics of planning a summer project (housing, jobs, food, etc.) can be enough to make a campus minister’s head spin, there are some big picture areas a ministry needs to get right as well.
Over the past 20 years, the US has seen a surge in short-term missions. With all of these Christians flooding into ministry opportunities, you’d think that long-term ministry commitments would be skyrocketing as well. You’d think that, but you’d be wrong.