Brief, hard-hitting and often brilliant, this treatise by C. John Sommerville (Professor Emeritus at the University of Florida and member of the Faculty Ministry Advisory Council) builds the controversial argument that secular universities in America have neglected religion at their peril. (Publishers Weekly) C. John Sommerville's study of the secular university is an excellent choice for reading with fellow Christian faculty.

At the Spring 2007 Vanderbilt Faculty Dinner, this “scavenger hunt” was used to break the ice between Christian faculty meeting for the first time.

Four University of Michigan faculty, all in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), have been meeting for several years as a faculty prayer cell. Here they share their experiences and some advice for faculty seeking to pray with one another.

Faculty Ministry calls for Christian faculty to be redeeming influences within higher education, but to some, this sounds like too great a claim for the role of Jesus's disciples. Thomas Trevethan, InterVarsity Faculty Ministry staff, argues for a stronger understanding of what it means to be a redeeming influence and suggests a set of identifying marks of this redeeming influence.

This article is part of the Faculty Ministry Foundations section of the Faculty Ministry Catalyst Portfolio.

If you've never attended a Faculty Conference at Cedar Campus, we want to help you understand what you're missing! Here several participants from past conferences share their reflections on what a week at Cedar Campus with other Christian faculty meant to them.

A Resource for InterVarsity Staff

InterVarsity staff and Christian faculty have been working in partnership on campuses across the country since InterVarsity’s founding.

Download InterVarsity Staff & Christian Faculty: Partners in the Gospel on Campus

John Terrill, Director for InterVarsity’s Professional Schools Ministries, and Al Erisman, Director for the Center of Integrity in Business at Seattle Pacific University, reflect on their experience leading an exploratory MBA missions project to the Central African Republic (C.A.R.).

Tags: Missions | MBA

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