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

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Zondervan, Jul 28, 2009 - Religion - 208 pages
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18-25-year-olds are trying to find their place in society while living through an array of experiences that force them to reevaluate beliefs and assumptions they were raised with, which leads many students to disconnect from the church after high school. College Ministry 101 will help church leaders understand the college-age-stage in order to better minister to their needs. This book will provide leaders with practical ministry philosophies about how to effectively minister to college students through mentor relationships, what students need in their day-to-day lives, how to work with volunteers in college ministry, and how to turn college-age students into genuine disciples.

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Unraveling the Myths
Why CollegeAge Ministry? Section Two Understanding CollegeAge People
The Universal Identity Crisis Chapter 3 MondayMorning Identity Chapter 4 The Search for Meaning
Desperately Seeking Intimacy
The Pursuit of Pleasure
Creating an Effective Ministry
The Leader
The Teaching and Discipleship
The Gathering Chapter 11 The Volunteers Chapter 12 The Assimilation

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Chuck Bomar is the founding pastor of Colossae Church in Portland, Oregon.  Started in 2008, Colossae has planted three churches and has developed strategic relationships with civic leaders in the local school districts.  Previously, he served nine years at Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California.  Chuck is the author of nine books and over a dozen small group resources.  He and his wife, Barbara, have three beautiful daughters: Karis, Hope, and Sayla.

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