As early as February, trailers for the controversial movie, The Da Vinci Code, began to be shown in theaters and TV commercials. While Campus Crusade is not encouraging nor discouraging anyone to either read the book or see the movie, we want to be a spiritual resource to Christians everywhere as we dialogue on these important issues of life and faith.

“This movie raises the question ‘Who is Jesus Christ?’” states Mark Gauthier, National Director of the U.S. Campus Ministry of Campus Crusade. “That question opens the door for dialogue between believers and others to understand the life-changing message of Jesus.???

Campus Crusade has produced a 20 page “mini??? magazine entitled The Da Vinci Code: A Companion Guide to the Movie (pictured to the right). Josh McDowell is publishing a mass market paperback, The Da Vinci Code: A Quest for Answers. You can find out more about these resources at

We are beginning to equip thousands of college students to use the magazine as they interact with friends and family. I created a section on GodSquad to highlight different resources and strategies both to engage the culture and strengthen the faith of Christians.