As a newcomer to the world of campus ministry, both personally and as an organization, the sheer scope of campus ministry can be overwhelming. Our ministry, Campus Edge Fellowship, works with graduate students and faculty of Michigan State University. Where does one begin? The University is home to some 10,000+ graduate students, many of whom are convinced that there is nothing more important than studying for their comprehensive exams. When you add the faculty component, all of whom are busy with research, books, and their personal lives at home, the task of reaching out seems a daunting one. I would love to hear your thoughts, stories, and advice from your early days involved in campus ministry. What was your first month like? Where did you begin? Please keep Campus Edge Fellowship in your prayers as we move forward into the upcoming school year. I am excited to see where God will lead us and trust that He who has led us to this point will be faithful in the future. Blessings, Kory Plockmeyer Campus Pastor Campus Edge Fellowship firstname.lastname@example.org
What does a newcomer need to get started with campus ministry?