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How can we innovate in the face of limitations and engage students to think and minister in creative ways? Duncan Chance, XA Director at University of Northern Colorado, joins us to discuss how they shook things up in their virtual services during the pandemic and how they empower their students to minister creatively. Resources: Chi Alpha UNC Yout…
 
Has our devotional life become transactional? Do we only read scripture and pray to prepare for sermons/ministry? This week we talk about the temptations and dangers of a mercenary devotional life, and some things we've found helpful to avoid it. Resources: "Abide With Me" Influence Magazine - Dick Brogden "Growing Deep | Abide" Sermon - Dick Brogd…
 
Do we always have to learn the hard way? Not if we learn from others' mistakes. This episode Andrew walks us through 5 lessons he and his team learned the hard way through the first 8 years of campus ministry. Resources: In the Name of Jesus - Henri Nouwen저자 Krystopher Scroggins & Andrew Youngblood
 
How do we build deep friendships, tell captivating stories, minister to influential leaders, or fight for healthy families? This month we're joined by Dick Foth to chat about all of these topics! Dick has decades of leadership experience as a church planter, pastor, college president, and an advisor to leaders in Washington D.C. He has so much wisd…
 
What are some of the best things about a new semester in the middle of COVID? This week we talk about our favorite things about the new school year ahead of us. Resources: The Pentateuch as Narrative by John H. Sailhammer Mindset by Carol Dweck Essentialism by Greg McKeown저자 Krystopher Scroggins & Andrew Youngblood
 
What can we learn from a professional Youtube and podcast host about ministry in this season? As it turns out, a ton! Matt Whitman if the Ten Minute Bible Hour and No Dumb Questions, joins us to share what he's learned from years of ministry and building community in a digital landscape. Host Links: The Ten Minute Bible Hour Website No Dumb Questio…
 
How can we develop healthy ministry systems that are both relationally rich and organizationally effective? Stefa Chappell, National Field Director with Chi Alpha, joins us to talk about how view our systems through the lens of discipleship, and how that view can help us have a greater Kingdom impact. Resources: In the Name of Jesus - Henri Nouwen…
 
One size does not fit all in ministry. How can we make wise investments of our time and resources at our current ministry size to be ready for future growth? Alex Rodriguez, Chi Alpha National Training Director, joins us to talk about the research his team has done around the convictions, methods, and wins for each growth phase of a campus ministry…
 
How can we get gospel communities on all of the 4200 colleges in America? This week, leaders of the EveryCampus movement York Moore (Intervarsity), Dan Allan (Cru), and Bill Noe (BCM & Lifeway) join us to talk about how they are partnering with dozens of other ministries to bring prayer and gospel movements to every campus in America. Resources: Ev…
 
What are some helpful strategies to consider as we're pioneering or taking new ground on our campuses? How can we grow in the skills necessary to pioneer effectively? This week Paul Austin, Chi Alpha National Pioneering Director, returns to talk about pioneering strategies and how we can continue to think like pioneers as we lead on our campuses. R…
 
How we respond to personal suffering reveals our shortcomings, but it can also refine our character and increase our intimacy with Jesus. This week we are joined by coach, author, and veteran campus missionary Joy Schroeder. Joy shares her story of a tragic car accident and paralysis, and shares her wisdom on how we can navigate suffering well in o…
 
This week is an impromptu conversation about what we're learning during the campus closures and how we're navigating them real time. Resource of the Week: Go outside, disconnect from media, and connect with Jesus! Revival In The Hebrides by Duncan Campbell - revival-library.org COVID-19- XA National Director Staff Video Blog…
 
Conflict is unavoidable in our lives and ministries, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. How do we frame and navigate conflict in a healthy way? Steve and Deanne Turley, veteran world missionaries, join us to discuss how conflict can help us grow as leaders and better resemble the body of Christ. Guest Contact: stephen.turley@hqmail.agmd.org Re…
 
Casting vision is a skill we need to develop as leaders, but we need to make sure our vision is centered on Jesus. Matt Sprenger, Chi Alpha Northeast Area Director, joins us to talk about how we can make Jesus the center of our vision and grow as vision-casters in our groups.Resource of the Week: Adventures in Prayer - Catherine Marshall The Comple…
 
Why is it strategic, on many campuses, to have student leaders living in dorms? How do you encourage students to pay more in order to further their discipleship efforts? Geoff Mumley, from CCF/Chi Alpha at Western Washington University, joins us to talk about how and why they encourage leaders to live in the dorms and a scholarship program that the…
 
How can we use hospitality to open doors to ministry and discipleship in our lives? This week we talk with Katie and Alicia about the art of hospitality, and how it can enhance the work we're doing on campus.Resource of the Week: Bridehood Saints (Kindle Edition) - G.D. WatsonBridehood Saints - G.D. Watson The Missional Mom - Helen Lee…
 
Today's students don't have the same understanding of the Christian worldview as they've had in previous generations. This week we talk with Mary Gautreaux about her book Kingdom Minded, and how it can help us set the "foundation and trajectory" of the students we are discipling. Resource of the Week: Kingdom Minded - Mary Gautreaux…
 
This month we're replaying some of our best and most popular episodes. We'll be back in August with brand new interviews! Student small group leaders make disciples on the front lines on our campus. How do we choose who we invite into leadership training and empower as leaders? Alex Rodriguez, National Training Director for Chi Alpha, joins us to t…
 
This month we're replaying some of our best and most popular episodes. We'll be back in August with brand new interviews! How do we successfully navigate the new territory of leading the post-"millennial" student? Andrew McPeak from Growing Leaders, and co-author of their new book "Marching Off the Map" joins us to discuss their research and insigh…
 
We can learn so much from local pastors and develop mutually beneficial relationships that extend beyond financial partnerships. Why should we value connecting generations and how do we begin build great relationships with older ministers? Lennon Noland, Ministries Director of the North TX District of the Assemblies of God and former cohost of the …
 
How do we expose our students to God's heart for the nations and give them opportunities to hear and respond to the call to missions? One of the most effective ways is hosting missionaries to allow for face-to-face interactions with our students, leaders, staff, and families. This week we unpack how to organize and execute a missions week on your c…
 
National Chi Alpha Director, E. Scott Martin, joins us to give an update and future plans for Chi Alpha nationally. Scott also shares wisdom on leading change, student missions, sabbath, and more. Resource of the Week: Church and Culture Blog - James Emery White Catching the Wind of the Spirit - Sunder Krishnan…
 
Our small group leaders are our most valuable resource, and preparing for their small group night can be a stressful time. This week we share a framework for writing a small group lesson that can help our students schedule out their week in preparation for small group night. Resource of the Week: Sam Houston XA Resources UVA Chi Alpha Resources Sma…
 
What does it look like to submit to spiritual authority and take up the role of "armor bearer" in our ministries? Jason Bell, with Sam Houston Chi Alpha, talks with us about the different ways we submit to authority and the impact it can have on our groups. Resource of the Week: Spiritual Authority - Watchman Nee Tale of Three Kings - Gene Edwards…
 
Great books by great authors can disciple us and challenge us. This week we discuss our "Top 5 Books" and how they've impacted our lives. Winkie's Recommended Reading List Scroggins' Top 5:Christ of the Indian Road - E Stanley JonesOur Own God - G D WatsonWhy Revival Tarries - Leonard RavenhillThe God They Never Knew - George Otis Jr.Knowledge of t…
 
Why should we read great books as a supplement to scripture? How can we help our students fall in love with reading? Mary Gautreaux joins us to talk about how Chi Alpha at Sam Houston State developed a culture of reading through the years. Resource of the Week: The Hiding Place - Corrie Ten Boom The Unshakable Kingdom and the Unchanging Person - E.…
 
Winkie Pratney joins us to discuss the fear of the Lord, God's heart for the lost, and other things on his mind. FULL INTERVIEW Resource of the Week: winkiepratney.net - Winkie's Official Site winkiepedia.net - Winkie Resources moh.org - More Winkie Resources Youth Aflame 2.0 Book Spiritual Vocations Book…
 
We pray that students in our ministries would respond to the call of God to the nations, but how can we prepare them for the mission field while they are in college? Dick Brogden, A.G. world missionary leader and founder of Live Dead, joins us to discuss how we can prepare our students for the mission field and how we can make the most of short and…
 
Students in Greek life are some of the most influential leaders on our campuses, but reaching them can sometimes seem difficult or intimidating. How can we develop a strategy to reach into the fraternities and sororities on our campus? This week we talk with Isaac Jenkins, with Cru at Ole Miss, to draw from his 30 yrs of experience reaching Greeks …
 
Our staff teams set the culture for our ministries, but sometimes we can feel more like co-workers than friends or family. How can we develop a bond that will help create a family culture in our groups? Nick Hester, XA Director at Texas Tech University, joins us to talk about his experience building a team and developing a family bond in his staff.…
 
Student small group leaders make disciples on the front lines on our campus. How do we choose who we invite into leadership training and empower as leaders? Alex Rodriguez, National Training Director for Chi Alpha, joins us to talk about the markers of a great small group leader candidate. Alex's Notes:What to look for in a small group leader PDFRe…
 
Welcome to the Campus Ministry Leadership Podcast 2.0! We're launching this year with a new cohost and tons of new interviews and content. Resource for the new year: www.livedead.org/devotional - Devotional & Bible Reading Plan저자 Krystopher Scroggins & Andrew Youngblood
 
Student athletes are some of the busiest and most high profile students on our campus, but they still need to hear the gospel and engage in Christian community. How can we begin to engage them in relationship and ministry? Eric Treuil with Chi Alpha at the University of Louisiana joins us to talk about his work with student athletes and how we can …
 
Our small group leaders are the "front lines" of discipleship in our ministries. When staff lead these groups, it presents unique challenges and gives us insights into the lives of our student leaders. This week, Andrew and Alicia discuss things they've learned about leading small groups as they've jumped back into leading after a few years. Resour…
 
Why do we struggle to raise a full budget? What are some outdated strategies that we may be using and how can we catch up with the times? Mary Valloni and Mike Kim of the Fully Funded Academy & Podcast join us this week to discuss how we can succeed in support raising and donor communication. Resources: Fully Funded Podcast To register for the Full…
 
Many of us want to see our ministries and leadership teams become more diverse, but how do we begin to intentionally grow in diversity? How can we measure how well we're doing? Belkis Lehmann, Chi Alpha National Diversity Specialist and Triad Chi Alpha leader, joins us to walk through a "diversity rubric" that can help us grow in diversity. Diversi…
 
How do we minister wisely and effectively in the midst of our litigiuos cultral climate? Curtis Cole, National Campus Legal Specialist for Chi Alpha joins us to talk about legal challenges many ministries are facing and how we can navigate them well. Resources: Collegiate Collective - Reaching Freshmen Roundup 11 Fun Ways to Meet New Students Podca…
 
Are there strategic opportunities for partnerships between campus ministries and church planters? How can we work together to advance the gospel further in on our campuses and in our communities? Brian Frye, National Collegiate Strategist for the NAMB and co-founder of the Collegiate Collective, joins us to discuss the strategic nature of partnerin…
 
For the month of July, we're replaying some of our best and most popular episodes. We'll come back August 1st with brand new interviews! How often do our perspectives or our thoughts limit our effectiveness in ministry? Eli Stewart joins the show today to discuss what it looks like think and act like a victor rather than a victim. Resource of the W…
 
For the month of July, we're replaying some of our best and most popular episodes. We'll come back August 1st with brand new interviews! How do we successfully navigate the new territory of leading the post-"millennial" student? Andrew McPeak from Growing Leaders, and co-author of their new book "Marching Off the Map" joins us to discuss their rese…
 
For the month of July, we're replaying some of our best and most popular episodes. We'll come back August 1st with brand new interviews! What doors does 30 faithful years of service to one campus open for someone willing to plant themselves? This week we interview Eric Treuil, Chi Alpha Director at University of Louisianna, to learn what it looks l…
 
For the month of July, we're replaying some of our best and most popular episodes. We'll come back August 1st with brand new interviews! Women in leadership bring so much value to our organizations. This week we sit down with Crystal Martin, the National Cross-Cultural Missions Director for Chi Alpha, to discuss some of the strengths that female le…
 
How do we navigate the waters of sexuality and gender identity compassionately with the students that we engage with on our campus? LPC Peter Piñon joins us this week to help us understand what our students are going through and how we can minister to them with compassion. https://www.enterocounseling.com/ L.O.V.E. Model - Peter Piñon: L - Listen t…
 
Leading and discipling our small group leaders well is crucial to the health of our ministry. It's more of an art than a science, and it can often be challenging. This week we're joined by Krystopher Scroggins to discuss how we can lead our small group leaders well through continuing the process of relational discipleship. Resources: Our Own God by…
 
How can we come back from our summer break stronger? This week we interview Stephen Blandino from 7 City Church to talk about having a plan and a purpose for your personal growth. Resources: http://stephenblandino.com/ Go!: Starting a Personal Growth Revolution - Stephen Blandino How to Create a Plan for Personal Growth - Free ebook - Stephen Bland…
 
What does it look like to build your team expand your reach to multiple campuses? Today we talk with Clayton Bullion of Tarleton State BSM to talk about how they've built a team to reach 5 campuses in a 60 mile radius. Resource of the Week: Collegiate Collective Facebook Page저자 Krystopher Scroggins & Andrew Youngblood
 
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