Stashing up your evangelism gear for the long haul
The more time I spend on the university campus, the more I’m reminded of the time I spent on the Appalachian Trail. Whether your purpose is evangelism or backpacking, preparation ...
Webinar: Kickstart Welcome Week
Are you ready for all those students headed your way? Get your ministry year off to a great start by conquering freshmen move-in and the first week of the semester ...
3 ways to manage your contacts
When our ministry hits the campus for outreach we have one primary goal in mind: to get as many interested contacts as possible! Much of your ability to reach new ...
14 evangelism ideas for your campus
Ever wonder how to reach out to an entire campus? Don’t go at it alone. These ideas are compiled from a group of campus ministry leaders who meet twice ...
5 ways to succeed in Greek ministry
The Greek system is notorious for behavior that seems to counter Christ’s teachings. However, I have found the culture provides numerous opportunities with great potential for sharing the gospel ...
3 questions with a dad
For a time, the primary role of stewarding my children belonged to me. Yet, growing as a dad meant progressively sharing that responsibilities with others.
Are you bold enough to target the most strategic students on your campus?
All of us yearn to be part of a campus movement that is exciting, growing, fun, and full of warmth and vision, right? But how do we get there? Does God ...
Creating a seeker friendly environment
I remember the first time I attended a campus ministry in college. I walked into a small classroom with about ten people in it. With no clear direction as to ...
What Dr. Seuss taught me about evangelism
The Bible makes it clear that Jesus will be a stumbling block to some. But as communicators of the Gospel, we want to help remove every other barrier there may ...
3 ways to make it easier for new people to join your group
What “gaps” are there in your ministry? What are those things that are just a little off, and maybe bugged you at first, but now you’re used to? The reality ...