Campus Lights (Student Movement)
How can students become communities of disciples and learn to engage and transform their university campuses? How can they navigate the challenges and opportunities this new culture and context offers when it comes to sharing their faith? Drawing together incredible...
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How can students become communities of disciples and learn to engage and transform their university campuses? How can they navigate the challenges and opportunities this new culture and context offers when it comes to sharing their faith? Drawing together incredible stories from different nationally-led student movements spanning every region of the globe - from North America to the Solomon Islands, from movements with official recognition, to those persecuted to the point of being driven underground - Campus Lights explores what is needed for effective student ministry to survive and flourish. Both diverse and engaging, Luke Cawley writes honestly about the reality of the challenges to campus mission: from the constant turnover of students to the competing party culture, to the more extreme issues of the dangers of evangelism and faith conversion in majority-Muslim countries. And yet, Campus Lights reveals that despite facing adversity, student movements continue to grow, forming leaders with a vision that can change their nations. The go-to book for those with an interest in global mission among students and anyone seeking inspiration for university student ministry in their own context, Campus Lights will encourage readers to be salt and light wherever they are studying.
Luke Cawley is a writer, speaker, trainer and the director of Chrysolis, an organization he helped start in 2012 with a vision to enable organizations and churches to better communicate the Jesus story. Luke has spent most of his adult life founding and developing missional communities on university campuses in Britain and Romania and is a regular speaker at conferences and outreach events around the world. An active writer and blogger, Luke has trained people at churches, parachurch organizations and universities to better engage those around them with the story of Jesus. He enjoys thoughtful