More Resources to Help Along the Way
Integrating Your Faith and Studies
The Thinking Christianly podcast, featuring Stan Wallace and JP Moreland, offers monthly conversations in the pursuit of “faith seeking understanding.”
Reasonable Faith is the website of William Lane Craig, perhaps the foremost Christian apologist engaging issues at both the popular and scholarly level.
Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought features more in-depth explorations of issues from a Christian perspective from by Biola faculty and other accomplished Christian thinkers.
The C.S. Lewis Institute offers insightful articles and other resources from an impressive list of scholars capable of distilling Lewis’s wisdom and applying it to modern issues.
Right Now Media has helpful videos on a range of topics in Christian thought.
Summit Ministries provides resources and events to help students wrestle with life’s big questions from a Christian perspective.
Impact 360 Institute offers various programs equipping students and recent graduates to think and live Christianly.
Stand to Reason seeks help Christians think more clearly about their faith and defend it more winsomely.
The Veritas Forum offers many video recordings of lectures given by leading Christian scholars at secular universities in the U.S.
Apologetics 315 catalogs many other apologetics web sites, apologists, topics, and other related resources.
Finding Christian Community
Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) also ministers to various groups. Beginning as a campus ministry, this continues to be a central focus of their ministry.
Young Life College and University is the university division of Young Life, which historically has focused on ministry among high school students.
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF), as the name implies, serves students primarily from Presbyterian and Reformed backgrounds.
Chi Alpha is the campus ministry of the Assembly of God denomination.
Baptist College Ministry is the campus ministry serving students from Baptist denominational backgrounds.
CCO (formerly the Coalition for Christian Outreach) is a smaller campus ministry primarily in the Northeast.
Christian Study Centers provide comfortable space to gather, meet, and fellowship (sometimes in their own coffeeshops).