Later today and tomorrow I will be attending the spring meeting of the Church Relations Council at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky. For the past several years I've been privileged to serve on this council and see the exciting growth of this great Christian university. CU is a true friend of bivocational ministers. For many years a Center for Bivocational Ministry has been located on this campus, and their School of Theology offers a certificate program specifically designed for bivocational ministers that can be taken online. They have also co-hosted workshops and conferences for bivocational ministers both on and off campus.
If you are serving as a bivocational minister and have not had an opportunity to pursue a theological education I would encourage you to check out the certificate program through the School of Theology. You can find it at www.campbellsville.edu. If you have young people starting to look at higher education I would recommend you explore with them all that Campbellsville University has to offer. They offer a number of bachelor and master's programs in a variety of schools. Their sports program is outstanding with several of their teams regularly advancing in NAIA tournaments. The campus has recently added a number of modern housing units for students who live on campus due to the outstanding growth they have enjoyed for a number of years. Your young people will not only receive an excellent education, but they will do so in a Christian environment that will allow them to grow in their relationship with Christ.
Please check out their website at the above address and encourage your college-bound students to consider Campbellsville University. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me or the school directly. They would be glad to arrange a tour of the campus for you and your students and their parents so you can see all this university offers.