The Future of College Ministry
This ebook (released 2015) is written for those invested in the future of college ministry. As the higher ed landscape shifts and the cultural winds blow, it’s becoming clear: what got us here won’t get us to where we need to go. Those who don’t prepare for the future will be doomed to repeat the past—unsuccessfully.
This ebook will equip you to thrive in the future by:
- Analyzing trends in culture, higher ed, and ministry
- Describing ministry that thrives on change, by drawing on the Scriptures, systems theory, history, philosophy, ancient mythology, and contemporary best practices
- Recommending 7 changes you can make to your ministry to prepare for the future—right now
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King of the Campus
This book (House Studio, 2013) is written primarily for college students. It’s designed to give them a big picture view of how God can be at work in them and through them during the college years.
“God’s purpose for you at college isn’t merely to get an education. It’s to join him in the work he’s already doing there. You have been gifted and shaped to participate in the kingdom of God—right now, on your campus.
In King of the Campus, we consider why the kingship of Christ really matters, and examine what it looks like to have Jesus as King over five key areas of university life:
- Church and Christian fellowship
- Academics and work
- Organizational leadership
- Partying and pleasure
The story God has for you is bigger and more compelling than a list of “do’s” and “don’ts.” Learn to thrive as you partner with God in the change he is bringing to your life, to your campus, and to the world.”
College Ministry in a Post-Christian Culture
This book (House Studio, 2011) is written primarily to college ministry leaders, pastors, volunteers, parents–anyone who cares about the present and future of ministry to college students–the most strategic people group in the world.
“Today’s college ministries are in the midst of a seismic shift. Many are doing great work, while dealing with uncertainties in the world around them. In a culture that is no longer predominantly Christian, we can no longer assume the students on our campuses have even the most basic understanding of Christ or his Church.
College Ministry in a Post-Christian Culture translates missional theology to the practice of college ministry—ministry as a proactive movement that is constantly adapting to its ever-changing environment. This resource will equip college ministry staff, pastors, churches, and student leaders to minister effectively to today’s college students with both depth and practical insight.”