Category: Ministry & Missions

Alumni, Ministry & Missions, Spiritual Life

Karyn Kamphausen: A Fellow Forester

Warm and bubbling with passion, Kamphausen enthusiastically told me about the joy she has in her new position: “This is a job I’ve always wanted to do since I graduated from Huntington,” she said with a smile. Kamphausen’s official role in the Center for Spiritual Formation is to foster the spiritual formation of students through day-to-day ministry programs.
Campus Visit, Ministry & Missions, Spiritual Life

From the Head of Joyful Noise

Professor Jay LeBlanc had already been a close family friend for years now. However, last chapel, I got curious about his involvement with Joyful Noise, Huntington University’s student worship band. So, this past week I asked Jay if I could informally interview him about his experience as head of Joyful Noise.
Admissions Process, Career Opportunities, Ministry & Missions, Student Success

I am interested in…authentic Christianity.

If you are interested in authentic Christianity, consider how God could be calling you to a career that is focused on studying Him more and sharing Christ with others.
Career Opportunities, Ministry & Missions, Spiritual Life

How a Liberal Arts Education Enhances Your Ministry

Earning your ministry degree from a liberal arts college also allows you to try new things within your field of interest. One semester you might work with a local youth group and help an established youth pastor. The next summer you might participate in an internship that allows you to lead worship or be responsible for children’s ministry. And the next year you might be able to teach a Sunday school class. These types of experiences give you great ministry perspective and allow you to learn from established leaders. Again, all helping you to shape your worldview!
Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs, Ministry & Missions

The Need for More Youth Ministers

Perhaps you feel called to attend a Christian college and study ministry. You may even feel compelled to be a youth minister. Your love and commitment to Jesus Christ is the most important relationship in your life, and you want others to experience the same joy and sense of purpose that God has given you.