Archive for the ‘Church and Collegiates’ Category

I am pretty sure I have mentioned this resource before – but here is another shout out to CTI.  Check out and subscribe to this resource.  I think you will find it helpful.

You will find it HERE

 

 

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Dr. Albert Mohler has an interesting post on his blog today. Take a look at it HERE. Do you or any of your students see evidence of this on your campus?

There are also a few links to a other post relative to college ministry. They might be worth a look.

SmallGroups.com along with Christianity Today have produced another resource for small group leaders. An online magazine or ‘digizine.’ Visually, it is very nice. Like most magazines it is content mixed with ads on products (mostly small group resources.) The embedded videos give the zine an interactive feel. You can also download the digizine and or print a hard copy.

Content in first issue is good. Some of it can be helpful to your collegiate small groups. It is worth taking a look at, passing along and signing up to receive future issues. You can even enter to win an iPad.

You can see the Digizine HERE

Chuck Bomar (I like this guy) put a post up on 5 characteristics of churches that embrace college age people. The post stems from a book he recently co-authored with Reggie Joiner and Abbie Smith titled, “Slow Fade.” I have not read Bomar’s latest “yarn,” but plan to remedy the situation soon.

I found the post interesting. Bomar points to core philosphies of how to approach church rather than stylistic and cosmetic efforts of one focused ministry (on collegiates) in the church. Take a look at the post HERE.

Spend some time on Bomar’s blog – it is worth the read.