The Blog of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

October 27, 2016

More Than a Check Box: Reflecting God’s Multiethnicity as a Biracial Woman

By: 
Stephanie Jimenez
Being biracial

I have watched the movie Selena many, many times.

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January 17, 2016

Following Jesus into Reconciliation

By: 
Lisa Rieck
Martin Luther King Jr., Jesus, and reconciliation

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was, without a doubt, a great leader.

But he was a great follower first.

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December 17, 2015

What Happens When Culture, Faith, and Vocation Collide?

By: 
Anonymous
vocation, ethnicity, family

I can’t tell you how many years I’ve waited to have the conversation.

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November 24, 2015

Crossing Cultures at the Table

By: 
Jessica Fick
Crossing cultures at Thanksgiving

Crossing cultures doesn’t simply happen when you board a plane or go overseas. 

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August 04, 2015

Our Common Deliverance

By: 
Joshua Settles

Recently I had the opportunity to do some research on my family lineage through ancestry.com. 

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June 17, 2015

What a Clean Car Costs: Learning to See White Privilege

By: 
John Egleston
Learning to see White privilege

A gas station near our house offers a carwash which I’d never used—until a sunny spring Saturday’s errand to gas up our van inspired me to rinse off its layers of Midwestern road crud. 

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February 27, 2015

Persevering in Reconciliation in the Face of Racism

By: 
Steve Tamayo
Persevering in Reconciliation

I want to tell you about one of my most painful experiences with racism.

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February 23, 2015

Does God Care About Diversity?

By: 
Wes Foster
Does God care about diversity?

Imagine that God created the whole world like my hometown: Orlando, Florida. What would that be like?

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February 03, 2015

Cross-Ethnic Advocacy & Racial Progress in America

By: 
Steve Tamayo
Cross-Ethnic Advocacy & Racial Progress in America

I had a significant encounter with the police on a college campus several years ago. It challenged the way I view race, power, and the importance of being present.

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December 05, 2014

I Once Was Colorblind, but Now I See

By: 
Bethany Horvath
Racial reconciliation

I’m a product of 1982, born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to parents who were not raised in the South. 

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