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College Ministry 101: A Guide to Working with 18-25 Year Olds

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College Ministry 101 will help you understand the need for a college-age ministry, offer understanding into the life-stage of this age group, and teach you techniques to effectively meet these students' needs. Whether you're a church leader or a lay minister, you will also learn tips on how to reach 18-25-year-olds, helping them engage and remain connected to the body of C ...more
ebook, 208 pages
Published July 28th 2009 by Zondervan Publishing Company (first published 2009)
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Jason Leonard
This is a strange 5 star review for me. Typically 5 stars means this would be one of my favorite books, but that isn't the case for this. Rather, this book delivers on exactly what the title says... and I love that. It is a 100 level class on college ministry. If you're looking for a 400 level class (How to walk with students in grief? How to help them discern calling in a time of life where that's probably the wrong question anyway? etc), you'll be disappointed. However, I've been working as a ...more
There are not many books on college ministry so, as a college pastor, I was very excited to read this one when I saw it.

The first chapter reveals why college ministry is so important. He shows that one of the biggest problems in the church is a loss of young people and that what churches are doing to stop this is not working. Then he argues that college students are not yet adults nor are they children. For these reasons it is essential for churches to focus ministry specifically on this age gr
Daunavan Buyer
this book was thoughtful and helpful. It left me with a lot more questions than I had hoped, but it was a good start from a book on a topic that few people are writing about.
Freddy Lam
strengthen my resolve to not abandon this age group. thanks Chuck Bomar!
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