Four thousand churches are closing their doors each year. Campus ministries are closing too. Only 20% of churches are actually growing. Like the lepers in 2 Kings 7, if our churches and campus ministries just sit around, we’re going to die.
For our third installment of interviews with Jimmy Seibert, we’ll find out why he boldly keeps college ministry front and center and how he strategically and practically weaves it into the fabric of the local church he leads.
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If most of us were to make a list of qualifications indicating our “readiness for good works,” I believe it would primarily be a collection of skills, abilities, and detailed campus plans. But are these lists sufficient?
No one has taught me more about Jesus, evangelism, discipleship, prayer, the nations, the local church, etc. than Jimmy Seibert. I decided to do a few video interviews with Jimmy in hopes that they will inspire the next generation of college leaders who want to…
You just invested a couple years of your life into discipling several college students. Will your investment pay off? One would hope so! Unfortunately, what I have heard from many campus ministers is that more times than not, even star disciples struggle to multiply after…
“You don’t have a leadership problem; you have a discipleship problem.” Great ideals don’t come easy and healthy le… https://t.co/mersY8ZKxO@CampusMinToday
Often times, when we think about the traditional “spiritual disciplines” what comes to mind are things like prayer, fasting, scripture reading, memorization, worship, and fellowship. But what about serving, tithing, and witnessing? This is the missing ingredient in so many Christian lives.