NoCampusLeft Podcast
Sarah Farley–”The Journeyman Program is Alive and Well”

Sarah Farley–”The Journeyman Program is Alive and Well”

August 30, 2021

In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Sarah Farley from the International Mission Board about the Journeyman Program. They talk about new guidelines that make requirements more flexible, but also discuss the barriers that keep young singles from going.  

 

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Jonathan Moseley-”Collegiate Partnerships for Church Planting”

Jonathan Moseley-”Collegiate Partnerships for Church Planting”

June 29, 2021

In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Jonathan Moseley, teaching pastor at King's Hill church in Boston, about collegiate partnerships with church plants.  Jonathan talks about partnering with churches and college students to assist King's Hill in Boston.  He shares his vision and heart to reach Boston with the gospel, and how churches can assist in that vision while also increasing their heart and vision for their own cities and campuses.  

 

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Erica Young Reitz–”After College”

Erica Young Reitz–”After College”

May 26, 2021

In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Erica Young Reitz on her book After College: Navigating Transitions, Relationships, and Faith.  They talk about the importance of helping college students finish and transition well.  They discuss different topics discussed in the book, how the book is laid out, and how a student or college leader can use the book.  Finally, they talk about the importance of call.  This is a great book to give a college student, or to help lead a discussion group.  It would also be a great resource for a church's College Student Plan. 

After College

 

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Scott Urbanek–”We Are Going to Live in Community.”

Scott Urbanek–”We Are Going to Live in Community.”

March 18, 2021

In this episode, Darrick Smith from the Collegiate Partnerships team talks with Scott Urbanek from Mercy Church.  They talk about the need for community amid loneliness, isolation and depression, not only due to Covid, but also our virtual world.  Scott also talks about mitigating unnecessary  risks in order to say yes to necessary risks in sharing the gospel. 

 

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NCL Team - “Do You Have A College Student Plan?”

NCL Team - “Do You Have A College Student Plan?”

February 2, 2021

In this episode, Evan Blackerby hosts the NCL team to talk about college student plans.  He asks the team what is a college student plan, and who needs one.  The team talks about the need to have an intentional, comprehensive plan that asks the question of how college ministry fits in the life of the church.  They also talk about barriers to having a plan, and how to overcome those problems. 

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Preparing Students and Parents for Transition to College

Preparing Students and Parents for Transition to College

December 9, 2020

In this episode, Tom talks with Patrick Austin, Director of College Ministry at Bay Leaf Baptist, about workshops for parents concerning their students transitions to life after high school and preparing for college.  Patrick shares that in many ways, these workshops are more about discipling parents so they can disciple their students.  He gives examples of the material used, how to set up the workshop, and whom to invite.  

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Alex Hugo and Evan Blackerby-”Home and Away in the Pandemic”

Alex Hugo and Evan Blackerby-”Home and Away in the Pandemic”

November 18, 2020

In this episode, Alex and Evan continue their conversation about Home and Away, but focus on how the pandemic has changed the normal patterns.  They discuss the terms snow storm, blizzard, and ice age to create images for understanding the impact of the coronavirus, and how we react to it.  

 

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Alex Hugo and Evan Blackerby-  “The Different Rhythms of Home and Away”

Alex Hugo and Evan Blackerby- “The Different Rhythms of Home and Away”

October 26, 2020

In this first episode of a two-part series, Alex Hugo and Evan Blackerby from the NCL Team, discuss the different rhythms and dynamics that affect collegiate ministry.  They talk about how to minister effectively to both groups.  

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Dr. Brian Upshaw-”Blizzard or Ice Age-Collegiate Ministry in the Pandemic”

Dr. Brian Upshaw-”Blizzard or Ice Age-Collegiate Ministry in the Pandemic”

September 17, 2020

In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Dr. Brian Upshaw, Team Leader for the Disciple-Making Team at the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.  They talk about the challenges of collegiate ministry and discipleship during the pandemic.  How do ministry leaders adapt to the new normal?  Is the present situation more like an interruption or a disruption?  Is it more like a blizzard what we wait out, or an ice age to which we must adapt?  They also also talk about how students can't just rely on programs for spiritual development. 

 

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Dr. Chuck Register–”Compassion Fatigue”

Dr. Chuck Register–”Compassion Fatigue”

August 13, 2020

In this episode, Tom Knight talks with Dr. Chuck Register, Associate Executive Director-Treasurer of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.  Dr. Register explains the term compassion fatigue, and how he became personally aware of it while pastor of FBC Gulfport during Hurricane Katrina.  Dr. Register talks about the symptoms of compassion fatigue, and how to avoid it.  He also conducts a quick overview of Christopher Ash's book Zeal Without Burnout.

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