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Remaining Faithful to Calvin: Congregations Reach Out to College/University Students

Michael Miller and his Center for the Church and Higher Education seek to create vibrant campus ministries that are congregation-based.

Michael Miller and his Center for the Church and Higher Education seek to create vibrant campus ministries that are congregation-based. Largely lay driven, these programs offer the opportunity for adults to share their lives with students, serve as models for these young people seeking to discern their vocation as well as develop leadership for the next generation. Miller outlines five key elements essential for any successful campus ministry effort.

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