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The Rob Skinner Podcast


Aug 22, 2022

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Today, I’m talking to Kyle Plum.  Kyle leads a campus ministry in San Diego, California.  He started his campus ministry in 2018 with five disciples on a commuter campus and grew it to fifty within a few years.  He had sixteen baptisms in his first semester on campus.  In this episode he talks about:

  • What led him into the ministry
  • What he learned playing division one college football
  • The influence of going on a mission team to Corpus Christi, Texas
  • His views on the “cancel culture” inside and outside of the church
  • Three ways to get your campus ministry revived and growing
  • All this and more on the Rob Skinner Podcast!

More about Kyle Plum:

Kyle Plum was born in 1994 and grew up in San Diego, CA. His mom and dad are an elder and elder's wife there in the San Diego Church. He has 2 brothers and a sister who are all faithful to the LORD. Kyle became a Christian on January 19, 2014 after his first semester at Colorado State University. He studied the bible over winter break and was baptized the day before he flew back for the spring semester. He played college football at Colorado State and studied Kinesiology. After 2 years in Fort Collins, he transferred to Texas A&M-Kingsville and was a part of the 25 person mission team to plant the church in Corpus Christi, TX. It was also during this time that he began to date his wife, Monique. He finished playing football there and graduated in 2017. During that final semester in school, Kyle felt called to go into the full time ministry and was hired in 2018. Later that year he married Monique. They have two beautiful daughters, Kaliah (2) and Alina (4 months). Currently, Kyle leads the Northside College Ministry in the North Region of the San Diego Church and helps oversee the congregational campus in San Diego. He has dreams someday of going overseas to plant a church on foregin soil.   You can reach Kyle at kyleplum1@gmail.com