Women in Ministry

We are here to not only serve as a resource, but also to affirm individuals and our churches who recognize God’s call in the lives of women and allow them the opportunity to serve God in the way they feel called.

Live the Difference: on a college campus

by Guest Author — October 20, 2014

This year’s Annual Meeting theme is “Live the Difference.” We asked several individuals what it looks like to live the difference in their day-to-day lives. Here’s what Jay Leibold, campus missionary at the University of North Texas, had to say:

What is culture? Culture is defined as the beliefs, customs, and values of a particular society, group or place. I came to the UNT BSM my freshman year and have been here just long enough (starting year 5) to see a shift in our culture. We have begun to see a shift in what we value as a campus ministry and what our attitude should be as christians at a large public university. Our…



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