The Story of the Student Volunteer Movement
“The evangelization of the world in this generation.” That was the rallying cry of the collegiate men and women who were part of the greatest missions mobilization movement in ...
Want to Walk with God? Learn to C.R.A.W.L.
C.R.A.W.L.– A Daily Bible Reading Plan The ministry I work for focuses on evangelism and discipleship. Most of the students in our ministry either came ...
FOMO is Real.
You Are Missing Out
A Lesson from Psalm 1 for Students FOMO. Fear Of Missing Out. Snapchats from parties we aren’t at. Group texts you aren’t in. Knowing your friends are gaming or at ...
Do I Have to Pray Every Day?
If you ask in duty to earn God’s blessings the answer is no. (Christians should take the words earn, merit and deserve out of their vocabulary when speaking of their ...
Napkins: Top Discipleship Diagrams
We all love a good story. This generation of students does too, just not long ones. They love learning about God, but many cannot not hang with Piper, much less ...
Leveraging Easter for evangelism
Knowing the dedication and priority the gospel writers gave to this all-important time period, should we also seek to mirror this importance and leverage this time period for evangelistic purposes
We are all messy: Rosaria Butterfield on loving our gay and lesbian friends
In this interview with The Gospel Coalition, Rosaria Butterfield shares from her unique vantage point that “the church has a lot to learn about standing with the disempowered and being ...
Crossing cultural lines
Without campus ministry leaders crossing cultural lines, our ministries, students, and the gospel will not cross over either. It’s up to you to decide if you are going to ...
A New Kind of Mobilization
What would change about your ministry if you asked God to send 10% of your seniors overseas for two years and for the other 90% to live out their most ...
Use drop-offs to see evangelism takeoff
I’m finding that today’s college students often need some kind of varied, ongoing exposure process in order to hear the good news fully. That’s why drop-off tools ...