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March 24, 2016

Three Keys to successful Public School Campus Ministry

Today’s guest blogger is Hayden Summerhill. Hayden joins the Cross Church School of Ministry from Fayetteville, Arkansas, and is studying Student Ministry. The public school campus has become one of the hardest places to carry-out ministry. For one, public schools are wary of any sort of religion having a place on their campus. Also, administration, […] MORE

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February 18, 2016

Reacting to Opposition

Today’s guest blogger is Jeffrey Dockall. Jeffrey is from Shawnee, Oklahoma, and is studying Student Ministry. Christians these days seem to have challenges continually rising up against them on just about every ideal they stand upon. Whether it is such issues as abortion, transgenderism, and the definition of marriage, or doctrinal pillars such as the […] MORE

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February 11, 2016

The remedy to the culture

Guest writing today on the Cross Church School of Ministry blog is Lee Larry. Lee is serving with the Cross Church School of Ministry as a resident minister on the Pastoral Ministry track. Lee joins the CCSM from Winchester, Kentucky. Throughout history the church has found itself at odds with the culture of the world. […] MORE

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February 8, 2016

He is teaching me what I need most

Guest writing today on the Cross Church School of Ministry blog is Josh Wilson. Josh is serving with the Cross Church School of Ministry as a resident minister on the Media Ministry track. Josh joins the CCSM from Conway, Arkansas. I am finishing up my third month at the Cross Church School of Ministry program […] MORE

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February 4, 2016

Being Happy Where God Has You Now

Guest writing today on the Cross Church School of Ministry blog is Jeremy Dixon. Jeremy serves with the Cross Church School of Ministry as a resident minister on the College Ministry track. Jeremy joins the CCSM from Benton, Arkansas. Happiness usually seems to be just barely out of reach. I think everyone runs into problems […] MORE

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