Disciples Make More Disciples is a daily discipleship tool for Chi Alpha students by Michael Mowry. Heavy spiral binding for daily use in a backpack. Daily devotionals, small group Bible studies, one-on-one mentoring tools... empower your students to disciple others.
STORM is an organizational tool for support-raising missionaries by Dan Guenther. This programmed Google sheet provides visual reminders throughout the process of donor development, communication, and maintenance.
Leadership Training Course
Prepared by Alaska Chi Alpha as a resource for our Chi Alpha groups in the Northwest. Materials based on LTC from Sam Houston Chi Alpha. Available by request.
The Student Measure of Availability (MOA) is a tool for comparing a college/university campus to other campuses which have a Chi Alpha CMIT program.
Discipleship by Design — by Harvey Herman. Jesus' discipleship begins with a personal relationship and an invitation to join a missional community. No program can fulfill The Great Commission. However, a community of believers committed to transforming the world through the process of disciple-making can.
Habitudes (Chi Alpha edition) — Dr. Tim Elmore and Dr. Harvey Herman have teamed up to create a special version of Habitudes for Chi Alpha Campus Ministries. Based on Dr. Harvey Herman’s four pillars of multiplying leaders, Dr. Tim Elmore has created six Habitudes Images for each pillar.
On Politics and Campus Ministry — As followers of Jesus who serve as Chi Alpha missionaries, it is critical that we are purveyors of truth and displayers of God’s glory. National Chi Alpha recommends the attached vetted guidelines relating to political dialogue within our ministries.
Virtual WLM Experience has three components: Abiding, Experiences, and Missionary Engagement. Our National Ministry Center designed this experience so that XA “team” leaders and World Missions “hosts” can create an interactive setting for students.
LTC Go — an online leadership training class to prepare future leaders for building small groups. Our National Ministry Center has compiled audio and video resources from around the country. Content is split into two phases: Convictions and Practics.
You Got the Holy Spirit — a weekly instructive email series by Dick Schroeder. The goal is to nurture learning to operate in the gifts of the Holy Spirit. This series answers questions asked by students newly baptized in the Holy Spirit.
Springboard is an interactive, inductive, eight-lesson study designed to help prepare seniors (or graduate students) for the transition from college to the workplace.
ISF Resource Manual — A guide for leaders of ministries to international students.
Imago Dei resource packet — a 40-minute student leadership training in the area of Kingdom diversity. The teaching is based on a lesson from the Journey to Unity and Diversity course taught by the XA Diversity Task Force.
How to Take a Personal Retreat With God — by Sally Herman. Solitude and silence are a mystery; this booklet will give you a reason and a place to start. Taking time alone with God for an extended period of time will result in new insights into the call of God and increased awareness of the presence of God.
Tools For Mentoring is a comprehensive, innovative discipleship e-book by Joy Schroeder, consisting of 19 modules of ready-to-use Bible studies that connect truth to almost every area of life. (Each module available individually as well.)
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We are confronted with choices everyday. Seeking Jesus and putting ourselves around people who love Him will help us make wise decisions that won’t lead to regret.
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Make sure your kids are in good hands when they head off to college! Get them connected with Chi Alpha where they can be challenged to live for God and His purpose for their life.
Campus Ministry Leadership podcast is an effort to make a contribution to the lives of those who serve, love and lead college students for Jesus. We hope this is a blessing to anyone who ministers on the most strategic mission field in the world: the university campus.
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