This podcast features interviews of college ministers across the nation who provide practical insights to Serve the Campus, Support the Church, and Advance His Mission!
023: The Future of College Ministry Resourcing
Chad speculates what effective online college ministry resourcing may look like in five to ten years.
He presents the details of 3 interactive elements that would be effective for an online college ministry platform.
3.) Written & Visual.
He also shares the importance of great content, visual appeal, and constant updates.
022: Athletic Chaplain Ministry
Corey Olivier is the Baptist Collegiate Minister for metro New Orleans focusing primarily in Tulane University and Loyola University.
Corey understands the influence student athletes have on campus and in the community. In this interview, He discusses practical strategies to begin and sustain effective chaplain ministry.
021: Personal Support Fundraising
Mike Riggins is the Missionary Deployment Coordinator for The North American Mission Board. He hosts personal fundraising workshops (MSC Training Events) around the country for college ministers and other missionaries. Mike’s also a newsletter author for www.SupportRaisingSolutions.com. Mike provides a theological primer for personal support and some practical ways to get started. He also discusses how to strategize in order to maintain sufficient support and so much more.
020: Basic College Ministries and Online Resourcing
Todd Cavanaugh is the Executive Director of BASIC College Ministries and the chairman of the board. After living on a public college campus for several years, Todd developed a passion to see students' lives transformed by Christ. He now travels extensively speaking in the Northeast and organizes large conferences for students.He graduated with an MBA from the Rochester Institute of Technology after studying at SUNY Brockport and Elim Bible Institute. He and his wife live in Lima, NY with their twin boys. Todd discusses the philosophy of Basic ministries and the future of college ministry resourcing through webinars alongside other efficeint online techniques.
019: Connecting To The Church
Brian Owen is the college-age ministry pastor at New Vision in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. When he began working with college students at The Point, he quickly realized the importance of connecting college students with the local church. This consequently led to his leadership over CollegeLeader. He became president of CollegeLeader in 2012. His passion is to equip ministries that serve college-age people with the resources and support they need. He loves to create and partner with others who have a desire to see the church address this relatively new age stage. He provides oversight, leads trainings and blogs regularly for College Leader.
018: Lunch Ministry
June Scoggins, Associate Director at Mississippi State University’s Baptist Student Union, shares ALL THINGS Lunch Ministry. June started lunch ministry in the fall of 1970. During the 80′s and 90′s, this ministry attracted over 450 students. She shares logistical insights into making lunch ministry efficient and purposeful.
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Thanks for this resource! Lots of food for thought.
Refreshing so listen to new ideas and learn some encouragement on how to be a better leader.
Someone with me in mind!
I love this podcast concept on college ministry! I've learned some great ideas that I'm excited to try out in our ministry! keep it up! I would like to hear more about commuter ministry.