Resources by Tenth College Fellowship

As many of you know, this past year I served as Director of Tenth College Fellowship. My wife Erin and I are grateful for the opportunity we had to serve full-time in college ministry. It has been a significant year in our lives, during which we’ve been able to work out our sense of God’s calling. Our time at Tenth has instilled in us a deep love for both students…

I did not grow up in the church. It was toward the end of high school that I began to attend a local evangelical church in my small town, an hour or so west of Chicago. Over a process of about a year and a half of hearing the gospel, learning and recognizing my sin, and realizing my great need for a savior, the Spirit brought new life to me…

In part 1 of this series I wrote about the common situation for Christian college students who find themselves "alone in the room." In part 2, I addressed and clarified some of the helpful (and not so helpful) advice that parents, teachers, and friends pass along about how to prepare for life as a Christian college student.

What about other advice for the Christian student who’s "alone…

On Monday, I addressed a common problem I see among Christian college students: uncertainty about how to interact with those who disagree with our beliefs. Here is my challenge for you.

The reality is that there are threats in life and on campus. Satan does exist, and he is actively seeking to trip up God’s people (1 Peter 5:8). So, it’s good for a student to be…

In college it may be difficult to be the only one in the room who believes in Jesus as the Son of God and Savior, let alone worships God every Sunday. It’s difficult because the Christian opinion, although often respected if shared, seems so small in light of the majority’s confident assertions. The result for most students raised in Christian homes is feeling like they have let someone down and were…