Here are some articles, blogs, and podcasts from this past week that you may find helpful as you work with young adults in your church and community.
“3 Ways to Learn from Early Baptists about Political Theology” by Matthew Y. Emerson
Many early Baptists were heavily involved in political life, at both local and national levels. For them, political involvement was often a matter of survival—17th century British government, in both England and the American colonies, did not separate church and state. This article from the ERLC offers an insightful look into the topic.
“Four Steps to Recruit Volunteers” by Todd Adkins
Jesus modeled not only how recruiting and development occurs but also how responsibility is transferred, as He rarely did the work of the ministry by Himself. In this post for LifeWay Leadership, Todd Adkins shares four helpful steps for recruiting ministry volunteers.
“Collegiate Ministers Get ‘Fresh Take’ at LifeWay Summit” by David Roach
“[Collegiate Summit] is a key time to collaborate, to refresh and to catch up with others who are doing the same type of thing you’re doing,” said Weaver McCracken, contract worker for the Baptist Collegiate State Directors network about the recent Collegiate Summit event held in Hendersonville, TN.