The Term
Author: Timothy S. Moore

The Term: A Word for the Campus by the Campus is a journal of preaching and worship for collegiate ministry. Written by collegiate ministers, The Term provides a place for sharing timely and beneficial homiletical, liturgical, and reflective resources for collegiate ministry by utilizing collegiate ministers' own exemplarily work. Issued semiannually, this journal offers resources that target upcoming liturgical, academic, and social occasions relevant to each academic term.

Author Information:

Timothy Moore, D. Min., is Director of Collegiate Ministry Resources and Training, General Board of Higher Education and Ministry, The United Methodist Church.

The Vocation of Theology: Inquiry, Dialogue, Adoration
Author: Editor Rex D. Matthews

What does it mean to be a theologian?

To Transform the World
Author: Alice G. Knotts

Drawing on their extensive experience in campus ministry, ten campus ministers offer theological insights and practical suggestions for vital United Methodist campus ministry today. Topics include the importance of campus ministry for the church's witness; the role of campus ministry in preparing leaders for church and world; dealing with trauma and violence on campus; effective use of emerging digital technologies, and more.

Unity of the Church Study Guide
Author: General Board of Higher Education

Join the conversation.

Suitable for a 4-week study, this resource addresses how the church be a witness and provide for a diversified human community.

Based on a paper by Dr. Charles M. Wood, the resource presents United Methodists an opportunity to think about what has become a cultural and ecclesial flashpoint—human sexuality—and comes out of the conviction that the church is thirsty for theological conversation.



Foreword by Dr. Kim Cape

Session One: The Conversation Matters

Watching Over One Another in Love
Author: Gwendolynn Purushotham

Drawing on Wesleyan themes of grace and responsibility, Watching Over One Another in Love provides step-by-step guidance for creating a covenant-based ministry assessment process that holds persons accountable for fruit-bearing faith. At the same time, it enables the experience of ministry assessment to be edifying for both the church and pastor.

Publications Coming Soon

Introduction to Christian Faith: A Deeper Way of Seeing

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