Core Resources to Stay Spiritually Engaged with Your Student
Is your college student ready to launch? You want to help, but the questions they’re wrestling with won’t be answered by animated vegetables. And most parenting resources think the challenges end with high school. Here is a thoughtfully curated set of resources to help you understand issues that college students wrestle with and grow into the spiritual influence college students long for.
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Talk about Tough Issues
Your college student encounters and grapples with complex social issues that most churches don’t address. Become a biblically faithful and culturally-informed conversation partner. Why let their professors and peers be the only voices in their life?
Become a Spiritual Role Model
Your college student is looking for a mentor who embodies spiritual vitality and deep wisdom. Invest in your own spiritual development so that they think of you when they picture someone whose faith they admire.
Answer Spiritual Questions
Your college student will begin to question what they believe. It’s natural. Study up so that you know how to help them wrestle with challenges to their faith.
Equip Them as Students
Your college student is learning to think well from their classes (we hope)! Though it has been years since you helped them with homework, you can help them think critically and biblically with these resources.
Join Students of Color on Their Ethnic Journey
Your college student belongs to the most ethnically diverse generation in history. They’re growing into their ethnic identity, and they’re trying (in part) to understand you and your family. Join them in the journey.
Reach them Before (and After) They Walk Away
Your college student belongs to the generation least likely to identify with a religious faith in history. They also may seem the most closed to issues of faith. But they aren’t. Don’t give up on them. God hasn’t.