Are you heading off to college this year? Or perhaps you have a daughter or son who is leaving home for university. Here in this forum, we can help! You can post your questions here, and we'll do our best as a network community to help you on your journey.
Many of our own CRC campus ministers are in the thick of the interfaith discussions and activities on campuses across the U.S. and Canada.
Here are some excerpts from a letter written by Rev. Ron De Young, Campus Pastor at Western Michigan University. Take a look at what Ron has written about university student ministry and jump in with your own thoughts, experience, and ideas!
Here is a great article by Shiao Chong, campus minister at York University on how to grow your faith while on a secular campus.
Here's a presentation I gave a couple of weeks ago at River Terrace Church on the way in which science and faith can interact with one another and how this should affect our lives. I would love feedback from other campus ministers — does this fit with your students/churches?
Stanley Hauerwas has written an excellent article on being a Christian student at university . His article, "Go with God" is available here and is an excellent read for any current university student, or for seniors in high school getting ready for higher education.
Are CRC campus ministers mostly folks who stand in the gap between high school faith and adult faith for Christian students, encouraging them to articulate a coherent world and life view?
People sometimes talk about how universities are hostile places for Christians and how they lead people away from faith. Yet, I think this idea of universities being anti-Christian is too simplistic...
In 2015 we celebrated 75 years of ministry! At our annual conference we spent time celebrating the past, looking at learning from the present and imagining the future.
A post introducing 1 Thessalonians by drawing insights from Dooyeweerd's philosophy (in particular, the idea of the biblical root-motive: Creation, Fall in Sin, and Redemption in Christ).
It’s Sunday morning. Families are finding seats, people are grabbing coffee before the service and, chances are, college students seeking a church are walking through your doors. How does your church meaningfully engage these students?
A look back at the most popular posts from 2019, as well as some book reviews for your 2020 reading list.