CAMPUS PROGRAM DIRECTOR AS CHAPLAIN

It has been a few months now, since the time I was pulled over by the officer, and each time I sit in a police car I am thankful for the opportunity to serve. Having done a few ride alongs I am learning a new culture, my eyes are being open to new needs in my...

RESEARCHING THE UNIVERSITY

INTRODUCTION: The following questions are a guide to researching your university. In reference tocampus ministry, Ellen White mentions, “Each one should study to see what is the best way to get the truth into the school” (2SM p. 234). By researching your university,...

BIBLE BOOTCAMP 2020

Our next Bible Bootcamp will be taking place on August 16 - 21, 2020 at Camp Au Sable. Looking forward to seeing you there! Bible Bootcamp is a free event that involves practical training sessions designed for student leaders who are dedicated to doing ministry on...

HOW DO I STAY FAITHFUL ON A SECULAR CAMPUS?

For a young person, college is such a huge transition time in life. They pack up their bags and move to a college campus, making new friends and becoming independent from their family. For a lot of Christian students, they are leaving their churches, their youth...

THE DANGER OF AUDACITY

The darkness of the events soon to take place surely pressed about the upper room, where Jesus was eating with His disciples. In those few quiet hours, Jesus could share a few more words of counsel and comfort to His disciples. His burden, as made evident in the...

RELATIVISM: A SOLUTION TO GLOBAL INJUSTICE?

It is hard to think that the Cambodian genocide happened in the last half-century. It is even harder to think that the Rwandan genocide happened less than two decades ago. It is hard to fathom this because, despite all the technological and intellectual advances made,...

BRINGING LIGHT TO A DARK CAMPUS

Mother Teresa, a nun who devoted her life to serving the poor and destitute around the world, once said: “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” In our day and age, there are many people who have created...

CAMPUS WELCOMES AGAIN ALANNA RODRIGUEZ

CAMPUS Welcomes back to our staff Alanna Rodriguez (Knapp) as our new Assistant to the Director.  Her two primary responsibilities will be developing our student ministry in Michigan and our CAMPUS Partners program.  For student ministry she will be developing our...

STARTING A STUDENT GROUP

CAMPUS MINISTRY You can have a campus ministry without a registered student organization. The organization is there in order for the students to use the facilities of the university.  Described below are some basic components of starting a registered student...

OUR MISSION

 A Bible-based revival movement in which every student is a missionary.

OUR VISION 

To prepare secular university campuses for the imminent return of Christ. 

OUR METHOD 

Biblical simplicity; “Your success is in your simplicity. As soon as you depart from it, your power is gone.” (2 T 608)

OUR PHILOSOPHY 

 Academic excellence combined with spiritual excellence.

THE CASE FOR PUBLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY

 

Despite the large number of Seventh-day Adventist youth that attend secular colleges, an urgency fit for such times fails to grasp many conferences, pastors, and churches. This urgency falls upon deaf ears not due to unwilling hearts (at least this writer hopes not) but often unawareness. In addition, some have even asked, “Why should I do secular campus ministry?”!  Mind you; this question is not raised by souls ignorant of Jesus’ commission in the book of Matthew or His last words to His disciples in Acts 1.

BRINGING LIGHT TO A DARK CAMPUS

 

Mother Teresa, a nun who devoted her life to serving the poor and destitute around the world, once said: “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” In our day and age, there are many people who have created ripples, good or bad, across communities, the country, and even the world. Within the Seventh-day Adventist Church, an amazing stone was cast causing many ripples throughout college campuses…

ONE YEAR IN MISSION +

One Year in Mission Plus (OYIM+) is a combined initiative of the General Conference Youth Department & Mission to the Cities Initiative, Lake Union Youth Department & Public Campus Ministries, and the Center for Adventist Ministry to Public University Students (CAMPUS).

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The purpose of the Internship program is to provide a venue for ministry training in a secular university context, to train Interns to effectively evangelize institutions of higher learning…

RESIDENCY PROGRAM

The purpose of the Residency program is simple: to prepare successful public campus ministry pastors.  This one-year program is designed for students preparing for pastoral ministry.

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Scholarship Program was designed to encourage and inspire the student who has a sincere desire to, know Christ while studying on the secular university, and to lead fellow…

PASTORAL EVANGELISM

Pastoral evangelism is different from holding a series of evangelistic meetings. Evangelism is the driving foundational force of all pastoral…

CHURCH LEADERSHIP

Soul-winning is the foundation of pastoral ministry. Leadership; however, separates great Bible workers from great pastors…

SMALL GROUP MINISTRY

The New Testament Church grew so rapidly because of two main factors: the Preaching of the Word and the living of the Word…

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