On Call in Culture in a Philosophy Classroom
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On Call in Culture in a Philosophy Classroom

What is it like to engage the culture on a college campus through philosophy? Watch as Bruce McCluggage, Philosophy Instructor at Pike’s Peak Community College, shares firsthand what it is like to be On Call in the community college Culture as he interacts with students in the classroom, within philosophy club discussion groups and even at an atheist conference.

Watch as Bruce explains how philosophy presents an amazing opportunity to be . . .

On Call Through Philosophy


Next Bruce talks about “encouraging 4000 conversations” as he challenges his students to get to know what those around them believe. This then becomes a wonderful open door to see His students engage with the Truth.

Opening Doors

In this segment Bruce shares what it was like to attend a large Atheist conference held in Washington DC as the sponsor of his college’s Atheist Club. He was On Call in Culture in one of the most unlikely places.

On Call Among Atheists

In our final segment with Bruce, he shares what it is like to challenge students to be bridge builders instead of wall builders. As he shares Truth through his teaching, he is seeing some amazing opportunities through a very innovative “roving philosophy club” model.

Seeing God at Work

As you get to know Bruce and his heart to be On Call in Culture on his campus, how does his story inspire you in your efforts to show up when God calls?

Mindy Hirst

Mindy Hirst is co-founder of Generous Mind, a think tank devoted to helping people be generous with their ideas. She is also a founder of the On Call In Culture community.