A Vision for Multiplying Your Ministry

“What you’ve heard from me in the presence of many witnesses pass on to faithful men who in turn can train others.”Paul of Tarsus“The gospel came to you on its way to someone else.”Rob Gallaty“Your church is the fruit of other people and churches whose names may have been long forgotten.  Has your church startedContinue reading “A Vision for Multiplying Your Ministry”

2 Generations or 4 Generations

2 Timothy 2:2 – What you heard from me [Paul] in the presence of others pass on to faithful men who in turn can teach others. I love this verse! If someone was to ask me what is my favorite verse I don’t know if this is it, but it is close.  I love theContinue reading “2 Generations or 4 Generations”

10 Ways to Develop Your Staff

Having a staff can be one of the most rewarding and challenging things for a campus minister to deal with.  A good staff can multiply kingdom work in amazing ways, but a dysfunctional staff can kill a ministry quickly.  Often times as ministers we are quick to develop students but once we have staff weContinue reading “10 Ways to Develop Your Staff”

Fill The Room or Fill the Field

John Worcester said, “Fill the field instead of fill the room.”  This is such a powerful statement! It’s so simple but packed with so much insight!  Instead of gathering students to hear you preach how can you send students out.  Instead of packing out the room how can you saturate the harvest field with workers. Continue reading “Fill The Room or Fill the Field”

Send Em All

College students are rich. No, not money rich, but they are overflowing with one precious resource: Time. It’s their most significant commodity. They say they’re busy but that is because they have no idea what busy actually is. Students are sendable and trainable. Once this is leveraged, collegiate ministries can be the greatest launching padsContinue reading “Send Em All”