Tag Archives: Refresh
on September 10th, 2010
The start of the semester and Labor Day has come and gone. Students are settling into their new schedules. You and your leadership team are well on the way to reaching cruising altitude with the new class of freshman nearly formed. Worship is working. Small groups are starting. Now its time to start working your evangelism plan. Now its time to start thinking about reaching the dechurched. This may be oversimplistic, but there are basically four groups of people out there: #1 those in a relationship with Christ and are plugged into a ministry #2 those in a relationship with Christ but ...
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 ...