College Ministries online book study “College Ministry from Scratch” begins February 9


College Ministry from ScratchThe EPC College Ministries 2015 online book study, featuring College Ministry from Scratch by Chuck Bomar, kicks off the week of February 9 and runs through the week of March 30. The study will be facilitated by Dan Weidman, longtime youth pastor, college ministry leader, senior pastor, and former EPC Student Ministries Director.

Participants will read the book in community with other leaders, and respond to weekly discussion questions on the EPC College Ministry “Sustainable Youth Ministry” Facebook group page.

Participants will read the book in community with other leaders and respond to weekly discussion questions on the EPC College Ministry “College Ministry from Scratch” Facebook group page. We will read all of Section One (Chapters 1-6) and portions of Section Two (Chapters 7-18) as selected by participants, based on the ministry needs of those in the study. 

You should take this course if you have college-age students in your church. If you’re not sure what they need or how to get something started, this is a perfect place to begin. The book focuses on church-based ministry, and is a step-by-step guide to starting from day one. You will learn how to set priorities based on the long-term needs of college-age people, as well as focus on the day-to-day aspects of ministry.                                                                                        

For more Information, click here to download the syllabus.

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