Ministry Teamwork

Below is my most recent newsletter column for the congregation I serve, the Clintonville Christian Church in Kentucky. Essential for the Adventure: Teamwork My good friend and college roommate, Jed, and I recently competed in Asbury College’s annual adventure race. The race is so named because it consists of 3 miles of running, 5 milesContinue reading “Ministry Teamwork”

College students and religion

African-American students are more likely than other students to believe in God or to attend religious services on a regular basis, according to the results of a survey of college freshmen conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute. According to the study, 95 percent of African-American students believe in God; 84 percent of Latino; 78Continue reading “College students and religion”

campus ministry for religious leaders

Cutting Edge Issues for Religious Leaders: Why University Ministry is ImportantBy The Reverend Nathan D. Wilson Thank you for inviting me to join this dialogue about cutting edge issues for religious leaders.First, a brief housekeeping matter. To have honest interfaith dialogue, each participant needs to identify the faith or ideological perspective from which he orContinue reading “campus ministry for religious leaders”

The cost (to you) of doing medical business

So, according to this study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, medical students receive at least one gift or attend at least one activity sponsored by a pharmaceutical company every week! Many medical residents consider these gifts inappropriate but accept them anyhow. And in case you didn’t figure it out, the study pointsContinue reading “The cost (to you) of doing medical business”

Campus and University Ministry

Cutting Edge Issues for Religious Leaders:Why University Ministry is Important By The Reverend Nathan D. Wilson [TRANSCRIPT PRODUCED FROM TAPE RECORDINGS] Thank you for inviting me to join this dialogue about cutting edge issues for religious leaders. First, a brief housekeeping matter. To have honest interfaith dialogue, each participant needs to identify the faith orContinue reading “Campus and University Ministry”