Sowing Seeds Today for the Church of Tomorrow

The Church is in decline in our post-Christian, secular societies – but there is something we can do about it. The Campolo Center for Ministry is Tony Campolo’s vision for Christian leadership development and church renewal for the rising generation. Tony is mobilizing a movement to seek out the best and brightest young Christian leaders and to provide training and resources to help them transform the Church.

At the Campolo Center for Ministry, our calling is to mentor, equip, counsel, and develop the lives of the Campolo scholars. And, through scholarship funding, we enable them to graduate with less debt so they can go straight into ministry rather than take a secular job to pay off college loans. The Campolo Center helps launch young leaders into significant roles of church and ministry leadership right after graduation – for the benefit of the Church and God’s Kingdom.

Upcoming Events

Scholars Fellowship Meeting with Katie Hoyt McNabb

April 19, 2021 - April 19, 2021
19. April - 11:00
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Campolo Scholars Fellowship with Dr. J.R. Briggs

April 26, 2021 - April 26, 2021
26. April - 11:00
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Campolo Scholars Fellowship with Roy Goble

October 18, 2021 - October 18, 2021
18. October - 11:00
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News Updates

A Special Letter of Thanks from Cionie Lum

April 8, 2021

Today I am pleased to share a letter with you – straight from the heart of a very special Campolo Scholar: Cionie Lum

The Campolo Center for Ministry, extensive in its reach, cultivates the God-given gifts, talents, and abilities of its students, and nu ...

Sunday’s Comin’!

March 31, 2021

Tony is well known for his “It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Comin’!” sermon. This year, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, it feels like we are living in even more of a Good Friday world. To encourage you during this Easter season, we wanted to share with you Tony's mos ...

A Word of Thanks from Tony

March 18, 2021

Today, I want to say THANK YOU, from the bottom of my heart! This past month, many of you have celebrated my 86th birthday by choosing to support the Campolo Scholars studying here at Eastern University. I am so grateful.