spoiler alert :: there isn’t one.
prior to coming to The Marin Foundation, i had the privilege of pastoring a college-aged group of a diverse and eclectic assortment of individuals that made up our best attempt at a christ-centered community.
our meetings served as a safe and sacred place to ask questions, challenge beliefs and explore what it looks like to follow the teachings of jesus in the context of an increasingly pluralistic and post-modern world – where many of their peers (and even many of them) had grown skeptical of the christian faith they’d inherited from their parents and were suspicious of institutionalized, organized religion.
and though they shared many things in common,
there was no ‘college lifestyle.’