Can You Launch A Movement In 60 Minutes?

Joe Cross did. In Mexico City. Read his blog. This excites me. I think of Paul and Silas, Titus on Crete, and 11 confused disciples on top of a hill staring into the sky and wondering if Jesus was really serious about going to all the world. All these people planted and nurtured ministries that grew into movements. As an organization we are in dire need of giving the ministry back to students. Do you have any recent examples of helping grow student-led movements anywhere? We’d love to hear your story.

And happy Easter. He is risen!

By Ken

Dr. Ken Cochrum (DMin, Bethel University) is Vice President of Global Digital Strategies at Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) in Orlando, Florida. An avid cyclist and aspiring guitarist, he also holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Texas and a Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. He recently co-founded Indigitous.org, a movement passionate about connecting people to Jesus using digital strategies. He previously served as vice president of Cru’s student-led movements worldwide. He and his wife Ann spent 13 years in East Asia where they raised their two children. Ken blogs regularly at www.onleadingwell.com.

1 comment

  1. Ken, I am amazed at how many stint leaders have shared about students taking the reigns of ministry in Russia, EA, Kazkhstan, Venezuela, etc. (Though rarely as fast as what’s happening in Mexico City – which I saw first hand last month.) One story is about a gal named Masha in Moscow which I highlighted this week on http://www.stintleaders.blogspot.com

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