Campus Ministry

God got a hold of his life and turned everything right-side up

When Dorrell came to college, he was prepared to study science, language, and literature. He was not ready to learn anything about God.

Before going out into the mission field of the college campus, one hundred twenty-six new staff members, the second largest group ever, are gathering in Madison, Wisconsin, June 18-27, to learn ministry techniques and be equipped to share God's love within campus communities.
A piece of prose by T.E. Lawrence was tacked to a bulletin board beside my desk. "All men dream, but not equally. They who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find it is vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they act their dream with open eye, to make it possible." I loved the idea of being a dangerous man who acted his dreams.
InterVarsity staff workers at the University of Washington decided last winter that they wanted evangelism to be a higher priority. As staff and students prayed, the phrase that kept coming up was to be a light on campus. It turned into an eventful semester and they saw their prayers answered more literally than they expected.

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