Why Campus Ministry Matters

When Harvard opened its doors in 1636, it did so intentionally as a way to train clergy.  Its humble beginnings in Cambridge, Massachusetts was simply a response to the general public’s need to have more trained Christian pastors.  When William and Mary, Princeton, Yale, and others opened their doors the story was similar.  And while the world of higher education has dramatically changed in the past 400 years, its relationship and connection to religious identity has never been more important. Read more…

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