#27 Matt Capps “Art, Beauty, and Spirituality”

May 24, 2018

Tom Knight talks with Matt Capps, pastor at Fairview Baptist Church in Apex, NC about art, beauty, and spirituality.  

Questions asked?

Why should Christians be concerned with art and beauty?

How have Christians used art and beauty in the past?

In an age of skepticism, is beauty a means of evangelism?

What are some resources to explore this topic?

   

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#26: Pathways- “Beyond Skinny Jeans, Smoke Machines, and Free Hot Dogs”

May 4, 2018

Tom Knight talks with Evan Blackerby, editor of the No Campus Left podcast about Pathways, a tool to help churches adopt population clusters on campuses.  

Questions asked?

How to use the Pathways tool?

How can churches adopt a population cluster?

How to best reach a "silo" of the campus?

To see the Pathways tool, click here

   

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#25: JR Woodward- “The Church as Movement”

April 13, 2018

Tom Knight talks with JR Woodward, national director of church planting with V3,  on his book The Church as Movement. 

Questions asked?

What is the purpose of the book?

How does one use the content of the book to the campus?

How are missional groups best used?

   

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#24: Chase Gardner “The Stay Commitment”

March 26, 2018

Tom Knight talks with Chase Gardner, pastor at Emmaus Baptist Church in Asheville about the Stay Commitment where new graduates stay to help with church planting.  

Questions asked?

What is the stay commitment?

What are some ways reccent grads can help the church?

How did you get involved in asking students to stay or help with other church plants?

   

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#23: “Collegiate Ministry in Small Town USA”

March 1, 2018

Tom Knight talks with Mike Sowers, Pastor of Buies Creek First Baptist Church, about collegiate ministry as a new pastor in a small town.

Questions asked?

How do you take an established church and focus on collegiate ministry?

What are some inroads to the college campus?

What are some good steps to take to reach the campus?

   

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#22: Kelton Hinton - “Embracing the Silos”

February 9, 2018

 

 

Tom Knight talks with Kelton Hinton about how to begin ministry on a community college by reaching specific population clusters

Questions asked?

What are probelms in doing ministry on a community college?

What are silos, and how do that affect the community colege?

What are first steps in ministry with a community college?

   

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#21: Mark Noll - “The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind”

January 25, 2018

Tom Knight talks with Dr. Mark Noll, the Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at The University of Notre Dame (Bio), about his Book The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind.  

Questions discussed are: 
• Why did you write the book? 
• Almost 25 years later, has the Evangelical mind changed?

You might share this episode with: 
• church planters
• collegiate leaders
• students

  

You might also listen to:

#1 Steven Lutz:  College Ministry in a Post-Christian Culture

#11 Rod Dreher-"The Benedict Option" (part 2)

#10 Rod Dreher-"The Benedict Option" (part 1)

 

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#20: Ethan Welch & Scott Urbanek - “Two Sides of the Same Coin: Collegiate Stories From Two Church Plants”

December 1, 2017

Tom Knight talks with Ethan Welch (bio), lead teaching and vision pastor with The Bridge Church in Wilmington, NC, and Scott Urbanek (bio), pastor of discipleship and college at Mercy Church in Charlotte, NC, about the necessity of collegiate ministry efforts in newly planted churches.

Questions discussed are: 
• Why are college students are good for church plants?
• What is the best model for collegiate ministry within the local church? 
• What are some of the success stories you have about collegiate minsitry?   

You might share this episode with: 
• church planters
• collegiate leaders
• pastors.  

You might also listen to:
Episode 4 - Mike Puckett and Anna Kilby "Creating a Grit Culture"

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#19: Bart Glasgow - “The Importance of Friendship Families Amongst International Students”

November 21, 2017

Tom Knight talks with Bart Glasgow, from FBC Woodstock in Woodstock, Georgia, about the importance of "Friendhip Families" for international student ministry.   

Questions discussed:
• How did you get started in international student ministry?
• How did ISM change your life?
• How have you been able to bless international students?
• What are the qualities of a good friendship family? 

 You might share this episode with:
• Pastors
• laypeople
• people interested in cross-cultural ministry

You might also listen to:
Episode #18 Neal Eller "The Importance of Frienship Families Amongst International Students"
Episode #8 Chase Jenkins "Reaching the Nations Here"

For more resources about ISM:
Visit the Welcoming the Nations website.

 

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#18: Neal Eller - “The Importance of Friendship Families Amongst International Students”

November 3, 2017

Tom Knight talks with Neal Eller (bio), a lay leader who focuses on ministering to international students, about the importance of "Friendship Families." 


Questions discussed are: 

• How did you get involved with ISM?
• What is a friendship family?
• What are the essential qualities of a good friendship family?

You might share this episode with:
Pastors, someone interested in cross-cultural ministry

You might also listen to:
Episode #19 - Bart Glasgow "The Importance of Friendship Families Amongst International Students"
Episode #8 Chase Jenkins "Reaching the Nations Here" 

For more resources about ISM:
Welcoming the Nations website

 

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