All of the links below discuss building movements and leadership. You’ll also find good content on technology and ministry. All of the links are to websites or blogs built by Campus Crusade for Christ ministries and staff.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
AB Reflections by Andrea Buczynski
Academic Research Center ministry and theology links from the Orlando Institute
Bob Fuhs Thoughts on Leading and Ministry with a recipe thrown in here and there
Brian Barela’s Blog explores the intersection of entrepreneurship, leadership, technology, and Christian faith. (Brian is Director of New Media at Keynote)
BrianVirtue.org for personal learnings and leadership development
Campus Crusade for Christ search engine find all Campus Crusade for Christ websites
Christ-centered Leaders from Pete Kelly, Executive Director of Fund Development – Cru on campus
CoJourner Musings of Keith Davy concerning evangelism; the gospel and culture; innovation in ministry; the Campus Ministry; and more…
CruBlogging Tips for (ministry) bloggers
Double Derivative Leadership that empowers the mission
EveryStudent.info will help you minister to others using social media, links, and more
Gary Runn Ongoing thoughts and reflections on leadership, culture and life
Gilbert’s Coaching Tips – Coaching others to launch and resource new ministries from Gilbert Kingsley
Global Media Outreach – a news blog for GMO
Hands Headlines Helping ministry teams integrate technology into their mission
Hertzler Outpost pastor training delivered on mobile phones and more
Hong Kong Udy Bringing the unchanging gospel to a changing generation
In Conversation A world-wide aggregation of blog posts from Campus Crusade
Jay and Laurie Lorenzen Creating a Learning and Leadership Culture
Karl’s Place tips, tricks, resources, or just cool links from Keynote’s IT Director
Keith & Kay Seabourn Connecting you to ministry around the globe from Campus Crusade for Christ’s Chief Technology Officer
Leader Impact – lead courageously
Leader-led Movements learn more about Campus Crusade for Christ’s leader-led movements
Leadership Ripple ripples of influence through maximized living from Tammy, LD/HR director for Cru Albania
Leadership, Technology, Innovation Change the campus, the city and the world
Leading in Ministry Thoughts on college ministry and leadership
Leading with Questions by Bob Tiede
Looking Ahead with Campus Crusade’s Chief Information Officer, Trey Lewis
Making an Oak Tree ….it doesn’t happen quickly, but it’s worth the wait… by Chris Zaugg, executive director of Keynote
maturitas cafe – in English and Spanish from Terry Morgan in Mexico
Media for Ministry …an online media base for equipping and training
My Generation for Christ Miharet Tilahun of Ethiopia explores using technology to advance the Gospel.
On Leading Well Ken Cochrum’s blog on practical leadership…for the rest of us (Ken is Vice President of Student-Led and Virtually-Led Movements)
On Movements Thoughts on building movements everywhere
Shawn McGrath – Life, leadership, anthropology, and design.
Starting with God from EveryStudent.com to help new believers grow in their faith
Story of the Soul An innovative outreach using a computer, video projector, and Power Point
Strategic Leadership Engaging people in creative thinking, planning and execution to most effectively accomplish the vision
The Lab Media and technology solutions for the U.S. Campus Ministry
Truth Media Internet Group follow this link to learn about Canada’s large eMinistry. They also offer sites in more than ten languages.
- Visit Our Blogrolls for more blogs and websites.
- Here’s my Twitter list of more CCC leadership.
- If you’re a mom-at-home, remember you’re helping usher in God’s kingdom, too. Keep building into the lives of those little ones!
“No man or woman ever had a nobler challenge or a higher privilege than to raise a child to love and serve God. “ (Vance Havner)
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Please include my blog also in the list
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