Last spring, media news outlets focused much attention on San Diego State University after a string of drug busts on campus. In most cases, left unsaid was the reality that most students are connected to healthier facets of campus life. One of those connections, the Lutheran-Episcopal Campus Ministry, sits in the center of the bustling campus of 37,000. Its Agape House helps shape not only current but future life and vocational choices of students—connecting them to the church during these school years.
|Campus pastor Molly Knutson-Keller (left) says Agape House, the Lutheran Campus Ministry at San Diego State University, nurtures future leaders of the church.|
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