Life on campuses or the 21st Century can be a very challenging experience for the young Christian. Amongst competing belief systems it can seem the only one absent is orthodox, evangelical Christianity Then there are the practical concerns and temptations...for the parent and student alike it is a daunting prospect.
Letters to a student, by Dr Donald Drew is a series of letters from an old friend to a student giving advice on all sorts of issues, which a student may encounter in their years at college - Freshers Week, Christian Unions, evangelism, doubt, temptation, guidance, marriage, singleness, mountaineering, literature, music, exams, consumerism, and graduating. The tone is similar to Letters to Malcolm, by C.S. Lewis.
About Donald Drew
Dr. Donald J. Drew studied at Cambridge and was President of the Christian Union. He worked with Francis Schaeffer at L'Abri for six years. He has taught English, spoken in many different countries and is still involved with students at L'Abri.