The list author says: "Many students desire to make the most of their college years; to be developed and effective in ministry both on campus and off campus as they graduate. Few things have shaped me as a person and as a leader more than the books that I have read. This summer I urge you to invest some time reading a few books to grow yourself as a person and as a leader!"
"This book lays out both the heart behind Christ-centered campus ministry, and lays out an effective strategy for how to do it. Steve Shadrach gives a ton of time-tested practical tips and insights to help those trying to reach college campuses. I highly recommend it!"
"If you are looking for a simple overview of how and why to study the Bible, then I can think of now better than Knowing Scripture. This book will help fuel your desire and your skill in studying God's Word."
"C.S. Lewis had the knowledge of an Oxford professor, and the ability to write best selling children's books. Often those with the kind of intellect to hold positions at prestigious universities have a difficult time communicating with the common reading. Not Lewis! His writing is as powerful as the thoughts he conveys."
"The shortest book on the list, and probably the easiest to read. Written as a story of a college freshmen's experience with the temptations of campus life, and the intellectual criticisms railed against the Bible. It reveals the evidence, which shows why we can trust the Bible as a reliable source today!"
"Big Christian events, websites and literature distribution will only go so far in our efforts to reach the world with the good news of Christ. How did Jesus approach "making disciples"? Learn what he did and how to follow his example in this short but revolutionary little book!"