Kyle Kozloski has graciously provided the handout from his workshop, “The Word of God — Our Daily Bread,” which he taught at Ignite 2013.
The list of resources below was complied by Andrew Ledwith and Kathy Dorsett, who co-led a workshop on transitioning to life after college at Ignite 2013. They recommend these books and websites to encourage and inform those students who are making that transition.
- NavConnect homepage
- “Find Friends” on NavConnect — use this to find Navs in the city you’re moving to
- Every Good Endeavor by Tim Keller
- Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero
- 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller
- Work 101: Learning the Ropes of the Workplace without Hanging Yourself by Elizabeth Freedman
- Life Together: The Classic Exploration of Faith in Community by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Career Center Websites by Campus
- Florida State University
- University of Florida
- University of North Florida
- University of South Florida
You may also like this essay by recent FSU grad Sammi Feliciani on navigating post-college purpose in an achievement-driven world.
Bible reading plans are great for anyone wanting to pour over the scriptures with a little direction. This resources includes six different approaches that you may find helpful. The plans are as follows.
- Old Testament history reading plan
- New Testament by doctrines reading plan
- General New Testament reading plan
- Overview of salvation issues
- Chronological New Testament reading plan
- Book-at-a-Time reading plan
Thanks to Mark Bogart for contributing this resource!
These are great resources for anyone teaching their disciple how to have a quiet time. Included is a short booklet detailing the basic steps as well as an area to fill in thoughts during the first quiet time. The booklet also includes a 3-week quiet time plan that goes through several Psalms and the book of Colossians.
In addition to the booklet there is also a bookmark with the quiet time plan printed on it, perfect for keeping in your Bible throughout the three weeks to mark off your progress. The bookmark is available in two styles.
Thanks to Deb Entsminger for contributing these resources!