This video explains how the Wilderness Act in the United States has profoundly preserved God’s creation for everyone to enjoy.
If you are interested in learning about Jesus’ rhythm of work and retreat and how it might radically transform your ministry then please read this post. Wilderness theology is desperately needed in our culture of performance and busyness.
Wilderness ministry is about connecting people to Jesus Christ through outdoor adventure. Here are three things that people yearn form that can be found in the wilderness.
This year, SROM created an incredible visual experience that both celebrates their heritage in wilderness ministry and looks forward to the future with current course offerings which are excellent.
If we are going to bring change to our cities and communities, and ultimately the hearts of hurting young people in our world today, we are going to need to find creative ways to quiet the noise for them so they can hear the Father’s voice.
Be intentional. When you head out into the outdoors, realize that this is an opportunity to combine the fun of recreation and adventure with an opportunity to connect with God, hear his voice, and realign your mission in life to glorify Christ.
There are many styles of evangelism, none of which is the “right way”. But one thing is for certain… in wilderness ministry you never have to resort to a hit-and-run style of evangelism. You have plenty of time to ask questions, get to know other people’s views, and then take opportunities to share your own testimony after you have won the right to be heard.
Wondering how to start up an outdoor ministry? Here is some outdoor ministry curriculum that that may help: Outdoor Ministry Start Up Kit.