We asked several college ministers to answer three questions about their hopes and dreams for the students to whom they ministered this past year. Here's what they said.
A part of God’s call – throughout the Bible and to you and me today – is to be holy and set apart. One of the most basic ways of accomplishing this is to pull away from the crowds, quite literally. In today's post, Guy Chmieleski continues his series sharing fundamental ways of being Christian in the 21st century.
Do you feel like every day is a full-on sprint from the moment your feet hit the floor to the moment your head returns to rest on your pillow at the end of the night? In today's post by Guy Chmieleski, read about how hurriedness distracts us from the life God wants us to experience.
We need to engage in more than half-hearted attempts at reading our Bible and praying. And it needs to start with addressing all of the distractions we face on a daily basis.
Is your church a Pokémon Go stop? Jenny Williams shares how you might care for the souls of those who are looking for little critters at your church.
Battles between “Science and Religion” and “Atheism and Faith” continue in academia and general culture. In this debate, Dr. Michael Ruse and Dr. Michael Peterson debate the issues at the level of worldview explanation.
How do you survive that undergraduate Intro to Religion course being taught by an agnostic at best? Andrew Dragos shares some good advice from Michael Kruger on keeping your faith as a student.
How in the world can a Christian navigate the dating world? Katie Heckel shares some helpful dos and don'ts for dating.
College students are in a unique phase in life lends itself to significant spiritual formation. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary from Chris Bean as he explains three tips for walking alongside students as disciples of Jesus.
What are emerging adults and how can we think through a strategic discipling approach for this group of people? Read more from campus minister Stephen Rankin as he shares from his experience.