Without unity, the world cannot know God
Is unity necessary? So what if we’re divided—we all have the same goal, right? In reality, when we’re not unified we make it that much harder for the ...
Building a multi-ethnic ministry:
Building a multi-ethnic ministry has become a hot topic in the church. Everyone wants one, but for most it’s a dream not a reality. Being an African-American myself, I’ ...
Finish with faithfulness
One of my favorite Olympic stories is about John Stephen Akhwari, a marathon runner from Tanzania who ran in the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. After cramps, a dislocation, and a ...
Why do most men avoid accountability?
Campus ministry presents an incredible opportunity to establish, equip, and send out men of confession who embrace the need for accountability. If we can get this right, we will see ...
The greater values in college ministry
Values help you remember what is important. They shape the way you talk. They influence the way you spend your time and money. We have a lot of values, but ...
Don’t let the break, break you
Christmas break. Spring break. Thanksgiving break. Summer break. College students yearn for them. College pastors dread them. It’s not that we pastors don’t need a chance to catch ...
Countless people will come in and out of a person’s life on a short-term basis. These may include wonderful speakers, teachers, and leaders. The apostle Paul sees such people as ...
Three lies every campus minister must silence
I’ve regularly fought the lies of, “we don’t have enough”, “we must be the biggest or best ministry on campus to really matter”, and “we ...
Is Jesus the only way?
I never thought I would have to write an article like this. I travel from campus to campus challenging students to understand their responsibility to reach all nations. You know…Christian ...
Divide and conquer
Because the Great Commission is such a significant undertaking, our actions cannot be haphazard or random. We must go about it strategically, and that is where Target Areas come in