by No Campus Left Team
September 18, 2020 1:37 am
Discussing current issues relating to collegiate culture and ministry. Goal: #NoCampusLeft without a reproducing gospel presence. #NCLpodcast
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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