Tag Archives: Campus Ministry Boot Camp
on September 11th, 2010
Acts 2:42 42They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. This past Wednesday, Ashlee Alley of Southwestern College invited me to preach on devotion at their 11 a.m. Chapel. Of all our United Methodist colleges - Southwestern has one of the most vibrant campus ministry programs in the nation thanks to the pioneering work of Dr. Steve Rankin (now chaplain of SMU in Dallas) and the eight years of leadership that Ashlee has offered. They are the gold standard. I'll post the sermon when I get the link, but what I want to ...
on August 30th, 2010
Jim Griffith and I are partnering together to design a curriculum for the upcoming Campus Ministry Boot Camp in December. In preparation, I'd like to get your insight on what you think every new campus pastor needs to know. Over the next 16 days, I'm going to ask a question a day to learn from you what you wish you had known before stepping on campus. So here goes . . . QUESTION #1: WHAT ARE THE THREE TO FIVE BIGGEST MISTAKES YOU HAVE MADE ON CAMPUS? Here's my list #1 - Not preparing for the Fall during the Spring semester. Read here and here ...