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15 Min. Recipe for Healthy Campus Ministry

Posted by T. Resnikoff // November 3rd 2014 // Future of Faith, Guides and Tools // one comment

…and Why Unitarian Universalism is in the Sweet-Spot

Hot_CM_Nielson_GATStudents have figured out that religious life on campus improves their scholastic performance and quality of life, and college campuses all over the United States are devoting resources to developing centers for interfaith spiritual experience. Unitarian Universalism (UU) – with its commitment to  justice-based faith, which is fully welcoming and encourages interfaith cooperation – is poised to benefit from this new awareness of the value of spiritual awakening.

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Rev. Cody Nielson presents the data, describes the new types of meaningful ministry that have taken hold and shows us the future of student-based ministry on campus in this GA Talk.

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Ted Resnikoff is the Digital Communications Editor at the Unitarian Universalist Association.
One Response to “15 Min. Recipe for Healthy Campus Ministry”
  1. Susanne Intriligator says:

    This is awesome!
    I’ve written up all the info and shared it with my colleagues on the Chaplaincy Team at Bangor University, and I’ve asked Student Services to order the books for us to share. If we can incorporate this research and use this language in our work, we can demonstrate our value to the university. Critical data — thank you SO much for directing us to it.

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