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This is the short version. For the full-length (45 min) video take a look here.

It’s been said that there’s a 50/50 chance of retaining your Christian faith in university. It’s a real problem, as the above video (from The Truth Project) shows.

I feel passionately about this! I remember my secondary school experience and not being able to deal with tough questions that came my way. That’s why I’m doing something about it. The Reformation Generation is a 4-week training programme from YWAM Maui designed to prepare Christian students to survive and thrive in their university or college arena.

Over the next few weeks I’ll be blogging more and more on this issue. Stay tuned! For futher updates subscribe to my newsletter.

YWAM Podcast

April 17, 2011 — 2 Comments

Youth With A Mission now exists in over 150 countries and involves over 15,000 full-time staff. Be nature the organisation is decentralised allowing for growth and inspiring vision.

Unfortunately, a downside is that it can be hard to keep track of all that’s happening.

Step up the YWAM Podcast. Updated regularly this little gem brings together stories from all over YWAM and sticks them into one easy-to-digest review.

Authored by Bill Hutchison, one of YWAM’s Communications and IT gurus working with the International Chairman’s Team in England, the podcast comes with a page of links to find out more about the intiatives and programmes featured in the broadcast.

Both an article I recently wrote about health and the Reformation Generation seminar from YWAM Maui have been featured in episode 40.

Well worth a listen.

YWAM Maui have just released the promotional video for the Reformation Generation.

The Reformation Generation is a new 4-week College and University preparation course for current and soon-to-be students. It’s running in Maui, Hawaii, in July this year. You can find out more about it here.

Can’t see the video? View it on YouTube.