Campus Ministries: Helping Unite Our Young PeoplePosted: October 7, 2018
There are many things to love about The United Methodist Church. One aspect, in particular, is the work done through our campus ministries. For example, at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville Tennessee, the Wesley Foundation under the direction of Reverend Addison Shock and his wife Logan Shock, creates an environment where students find a place to belong and discover their beliefs.
They also are creating a church family in such a way that when two students travel internationally halfway around the world, they find each other. Pictured are Luke Hornby and Paul Tribble who traveled to see each other while in Europe. Tennessee Tech Wesley Foundation unites people around the world embodying Romans 12:5, “so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another.”
We are blessed by the work of all of our campus ministries in the Tennessee and Memphis Conferences. You can learn more about them and what they are doing this fall through ministry links on our conference websites: