With all of the websites we have in the Campus Ministry it is hard to remember them all and to know which ones are used for which purposes. I sent this tip out last Spring and Joe Hanford, LA Metro, said that I should send it annually as a reminder.
Ethnic Ministry websites:
- www.movementlaunching.com Formerly called ESMhelp, this site is a good starting place for understanding ministry within different ethnic communities.
- This site also includes all the information that is found in movement launching books for Bridges, Impact, Destino and Epic.
- Specific sites for various ethnic communities.
- www.bridgesinternational.com Information and resources for working with International students.
- www.destinomovement.com Resources for launching and leading Destino movements.
- www.mydestino.com Destino’s evangelistic site.
- www.EpicMovement.com Specific information about Epic opportunities.
- www.impactmovement.com Well-developed site with resources and opportunities. Check out “Coaches’ Corner”
- www.EveryStudent.com Naturally.
- www.ESCmedia.org The posters and articles. Also a list of newspaper editorials to create discussion on campus.
- http://godsquad.com/evangelism/index.htm Lots of training, articles and resources.
- www.evangelismtoolbox.com More resources both within and outside CCC.
- www.leaderu.com Articles on a Christian perspective for use in the classroom or for research.
- www.waymore.org Life on campus, relationships and real life.
- www.5clicks.com How to write your personal testimony.
- www.4Greeks.org Some resources for ministry within the Greek system on campus.
- www.godsquad.com/staff You will need the userid and password that you use for other CCC sites.
- http://staff.campuscrusadeforchrist.com Go to Resource Center, then to Lanes/Lines, then Catalytic Resources, then Staff Resources, then Catalytic Field Training, then Look, Launch, and Lead
- http://stories.campuscrusadeforchrist.com has a repository of stories, strategies and ideas useful for outreach. You can refer students to the site as well.
Blogs are popping up all over the place.
- http://enfoquemexico.blogspot.com/ The Mexico City team launching ministries.
- http://mcryanmac.blogspot.com/ Ryan McReynolds’ blog. Check out the pic of Jim Layman on 10/4/06!
- https://gilbertscoachingtips.wordpress.com/ Okay, so I added this one as a shameless plug!
I am guessing that this list will evolve significantly from person to person. You probably have your own list of favorites that you like to pass on to your leaders. If not, consider this list as a starting point.