Collegiate Collective is working to elevate and advance the gospel on all college campuses globally by  equipping, resourcing, and networking the leaders who are engaged in or interested in reaching students.

It is a one-stop-shop for all things related to college ministry. Whenever the question is asked, “How do I do  ________ in my college ministry?” the Collective will be there with an answer.

Evangelism Tools


Because images connect deeply with our emotions and experiences, they enable us to engage in meaningful conversations about life & God. Soularium provides 50 original photographic images and 5 simple questions – allowing you to enter and explore the lives of people around you.


Want to learn how to teach this evangelism method to a group? Download a free step-by-step guide.


Gospel Appoinments

We believe that gospel appointments could be the most effective way to personally share the gospel because they are both intentional and very relational. Gospel appointments are highly relational because you are spending time getting to know the person and building trust. They are also intentional because you are clearly explaining the good news and giving them a chance to respond to Christ.

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Recommended Reading


 College Ministry in a Post-Christian Culture by Stephen Lutz

This book translates missional theology to the practice of college ministry—ministry as a proactive movement that is constantly adapting to its ever-changing environment. This resource will equip college ministry staff, pastors, churches, and student leaders to minister effectively to today’s college students with both depth and practical insight.



The Master Plan of Evangelism by Robert Coleman

We talk a lot about the message of Jesus, and we should. It is important. But there was also a method to Jesus and how he made disciples. Robert Coleman shows us how Jesus made disciples who ultimately spread the gospel to the entire known world. This book will give you an idea of how to start a movement of disciple-making that can start a movement on your campus.




The Fuel and the Flame by Steve Shadrach

The Fuel and The Flame offers church and parachurch college students, ministry staff and volunteers ten keys to impact students' lives for Christ. Five keys to personal preparation (the fuel) and five keys to ministry implementation (the flame) are defined and expanded on in order to develop students into the future Christian leaders of our world. Through the application of the principles found in this book, students will become reproducing disciples for Jesus Christ, able to impact campuses as well as the world with the Good News.


Tips for Starting a College Ministry by Paul Worcester

You've been tasked to start a college ministry. Great. Now what? This free ebook will help give you a clear path on how you start a college ministry in your church or on your campus.







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