If you represent a church that wants to begin to connect with and minister to college students or young adults in your community, or if you would like to do it more effectively, we can help!
If you're a campus minister who wants to start a campus ministry training program, or if you're someone who would like to be coached in campus or young adult ministry, we can help!
ULIFE is a para-church organization devoted to helping strengthen existing campus and college ministries through coaching and consulting and to helping plant new campus ministries at colleges and universities across the USA.
Our work includes:
Providing consulting for existing campus or college ministries to achieve optimal health/productivity;
Providing consulting for existing campus ministries to guide them through rebranding or relaunching;
Leading job searches for college, campus and young adult ministers;
Consulting with churches that want to begin or retool an outreach to college students;
One-on-one and staff coaching of campus ministry leaders; and
Recruiting, training and sending campus ministry plant teams, including coordinating with potential partner churches.
We are also the campus ministry planting wing for the Campus for Christ organization.
Would you support ULife financially?
While we charge for many of our services, our rates are extremely low so our client ministries can afford them. We are also committed to helping any ministry or church that needs our assistance regardless of ability to pay. Your donation (private and secure through PayPal) goes toward our working fund and is tax-deductible.
Dr. Chris Buxton is a 23-year veteran of state university campus ministry. He served previously as director of Renew College Ministry at Arkansas Tech University and then launched Wolflife Campus Ministry at Arkansas State University in 2010.
He has trained numerous campus ministry leaders, including the team that planted Sojourn Campus Ministry at the University of Washington.
He and Monica have been married for 24 years, and their married daughter, Emma Orr, attends Arkansas State University.