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InterVarsity Audio Resources
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The podcast/audio page is updated on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Contents come from interviews and from InterVarsity events, including chapel services at InterVarsity’s National Service Center (NSC) in Madison, Wisconsin. Click on the link to listen. Or right click and choose “Save target as…” to download the mp3 file to your computer so you can listen later or transfer to your mp3 player.
2016 Chapel Talks
- Tom Lin - Using Our Royal Position for Justice - April 21, 2016
- Bob Fryling - Why Would Anyone Stay on InterVarsity Staff for 47 Years? - March 17, 2016
- Paula Fuller & team - Meet the Multiethnic Ministries Leadership Team - February 11, 2016
- Andrew Ginsberg - The ORIGINAL Lord's Prayer - February 4, 2016
GRADUATE AND FACULTY MINISTRY
Mary Poplin spoke at the 2008 Midwest Faculty Conference, on the topic of “Singing the Lord’s Song in a Foreign Land.” Mary is professor of Education at the Claremont Graduate School in Claremont, California. InterVarsity’s Midwest Faculty Conference is held at Cedar Campus in Michigan.
Andy Crouch spoke at the 2008 Graduate Faculty Ministry National Staff Meeting. Andy is a former InterVarsity staff member and now Executive Editor of Christianity Today magazine. His talks focused on the same theme as his book, Culture Making, released in July 2008 by InterVarsity press.
- Culture Making Talk Number One – Time: 40:13
- Culture Making Talk Number Two – Time: 53:46
- Culture Making Talk Number Three – Time: 48:36
GFM’s Following Christ 2002 conference has an audio page of plenary speakers.
GREEK CONFERENCE 2009
Greek Conference is InterVarsity’s second largest student event (after Urbana). Conferences are held in Indianapolis, Charlotte and Los Angeles each year. The speaker for the Indianapolis 2009 Greek Conference, January 30-February 1, was Greek Ministries director Andy Dalton.
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