For every season of life, there are a cornucopia of possible resources that can be read with disciples in these stages. Walking with Jesus on Campus by Stephen Kellough is a great book. It is conversational, and includes questions at the end of chapter. Some of the content may be expected, discussions of Christian sexual ethics would be rarely omitted in writings to tertiary students in this climate, however it is extremely well written and filled with practical examples. Some of the content however is unexpected but extremely helpful combating modern issues including perfectionism, rest, and a shockingly challenging chapter on community. If there is any content which is American-centric, it is few and far between which is extremely helpful for international readers. Whether you are reading this book as a student in university, as a new Christian or “experienced”, or if you’re reading this book with your mentor, it includes practical insights and a starting point to guide the conversation.

I was provided a digital copy of the book through NetGalley, but all thoughts included are my own.

Author: Stephen Kellough

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