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Liz Brantley-”Reaching Those Far from God”

Liz Brantley-”Reaching Those Far from God”

August 16, 2019

In this episode Tom Knight talks with Liz Brantley from Ignite church about mobilizing college students to reach students far from God on the ECU campus.  They talk about the college ministry Fuse, the history of the church, how small groups are organized, and the importance of both gathering and scattering.   

 

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Dr. Carl Trueman “Sexuality and Personhood”

Dr. Carl Trueman “Sexuality and Personhood”

July 17, 2019

In this episode Tom Knight talks with Dr. Carl Trueman, professor in the Department of Biblical and Religious Studies at Grove City College, on his recent study of sexuality and personhood.  They talk about not only cultural waves, but also the currents under the waves.  Dr. Trueman shares his thoughts on how our understanding of personhood shapes our ideas of sexuality, and also recomends books that are good resources for collegiate leaders.  

 

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Grace Church-”Three out of Ten is Success!”

Grace Church-”Three out of Ten is Success!”

June 21, 2019

In this episode Tom Knight talks with Ed Russ and Berk Wilson from Grace church about multiplying to different campuses.  They discuss the model of multiplication that Grace uses, its advantages and disadvantages, and insights that Ed and Berk have learned over the years.  They also talk about false notions of success in Gospel sowing, and equiping the whole church to be ministers.  

To hear more about students from Grace and free speech issues, listen to Ed Russ in #2: Ed Russ - "The Freedom of Speech on Campus (Part 1)"

 

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Lisa Courtney - “Building Bridges with Administration”

Lisa Courtney - “Building Bridges with Administration”

May 13, 2019

In this episode Tom Knight talks with Lisa Courtney about her work as both an administrator and an RSO advisor at a community college.  They talk about the importance of advisors and students building bridges with the administration and the community at large to bless the campus and reach more students.  They also talk about the importance of empowering students to lead, and being flexible to change schedules and locations for meetings as students rotate in and out of school.   

For more information about community colleges listen to episode #22 Kelton Hinton "Embracing the Silos."

 

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Failing Forward: God Moments at Community Colleges

Failing Forward: God Moments at Community Colleges

March 29, 2019

In this episode Tom Knight talks with Bo Riley and Patrick Austin about their work on two different community colleges.  They talk about the barriers and breakthroughs in their work there.  They talk about different strategies they have tried, and what they have learned in moving to a different context for college ministry.  Everyone agrees this is an Awesome episode.  

For more information about community colleges listen to episode #22 Kelton Hinton "Embracing the Silos."

 

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Dennis Runner -”A Tale of Two Ministries”

Dennis Runner -”A Tale of Two Ministries”

March 8, 2019

In this episode, Tom talks with Dennis Runner about his work with international students at Purdue University, and the nuances of doing ministry with both American and international students.  What is the best way to organize student leadership, and what interests overlap between the two groups, and what seperates them at times.  They also talk about cultural understanding, and how to help American students have a wider vision of ministry.  Read more about this issue in Dennis' article for Welcoming The Nations.

 

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Jonathan Morrow - “Welcome to College”

Jonathan Morrow - “Welcome to College”

January 11, 2019

In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Jonathan Morrow, Director of Cultural Engagement at Impact 360 Institute, about this book Welcome to College as well as trends with Generational Z.  They talk about how to use this book to prepare for college as well as the importance of finding a local church during the college years.  

This episode will be great for parents of high school students, campus ministers, church leaders and those interested in knowing more about Generation Z.  

 

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Phil Carroll -”Multiplying to a Different Context”

Phil Carroll -”Multiplying to a Different Context”

December 13, 2018

In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Phil Carroll, student director, at Gracepoint church.  Phil talks about how the church's college ministry multiplied from reaching one campus to include another campus with a different context.  

 

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Jeff Iorg - “Is God Calling Me?”

Jeff Iorg - “Is God Calling Me?”

November 30, 2018

In this episode Tom Knight talks with Dr. Jeff Iorg, president of Gateway Seminary, on his book Is God Calling Me?  Dr. Iorg answers with a resonding "yes!"  He explains what a call is, and the three types of call that God puts on our hearts.  Dr. Iorg talks about ministry leadership, and the call that every believer in Christ has.  Tom and Dr. Iorg also talk about encouraging Christians who do not go into ministry leadership, and how they still have a Call to Christian service.
 
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Churches and collegiate leaders looking for resources on God's calling

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Eric Warren - “Family Groups for International Students”

Eric Warren - “Family Groups for International Students”

November 16, 2018
In this episode Tom Knight talks with Eric Warren from Cornerstone church in Ames, IA about reaching international students through family groups.  Eric shares how the church involves both American students and non-students to minister to international students.  They talk about recruiting volunteers, meeting places, size of groups, and the advantages of using volunteers of different ages.  
 
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  • Pastors.
  • Church staff working with international students.
  • Church members who are hosting students.
  • College pastors working with American students.

 

For more information about international students check out the Welcoming the Nations website.  For more information about family groups, read Eric's article.

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