The Blog of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

February 11, 2014

Navigating the Dating World Well

By: 
Bethany Horvath
Dating Advice

“Are you happily single, neutrally single, or single not by choice?”

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February 09, 2014

Ten Things I Hate About Church—and Why I Go Anyway

By: 
Lisa Liou
Why I go to church

This fall, I was sitting in the passenger seat of our family minivan while my husband cruised down the freeway on the fifteen-minute Sunday commute to church. 

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February 04, 2014

Confessions of a Self-Admitted Achievement Addict

By: 
Ellie Roper
The idol of achievement

My name is Ellie, and I’m a recovering achievement addict.

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February 02, 2014

Downton Abbey, the Super Bowl, the Real World, and Me

By: 
Lisa Rieck
Highclere Castle of Downton Abbey

I admit it: Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes has me totally hooked. Here’s how I know. 

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January 30, 2014

5 Reasons Why I Love InterVarsity

By: 
Lisa Rieck
InterVarsity staff

In 2003, I stepped off the train I’d taken from Chicago, in awe of God’s goodness. 

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January 27, 2014

“They” Are All the Same

By: 
Christena Cleveland
cross-cultural interactions and perceptions

I attended one of those fancy-schmancy New England boarding schools that seem to only exist in movies. 

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January 20, 2014

Why We Can Hope for True Racial Reconciliation

By: 
Drew Jackson
Martin Luther King Jr., the gospel, and racial reconciliation

Reconciliation and new creation sit at the heart of the gospel.

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January 17, 2014

What Kind of Savior Is This?

By: 
Ryan Hammill
Global Urban Trek students

What happens when we follow God’s heart right into the midst of the urban poor?

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January 15, 2014

Who’s Missing from the Church

By: 
Debbie Abbs
Who's missing from the church

While Jesus was on earth, he went to those who lived on the margins of life. 

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January 09, 2014

How to Turn Leadership Challenges into Opportunities

By: 
Jason Gaboury
leadership

I was visiting with some ministry partners recently. They told the story of their visit with a young woman who works with a different campus ministry. 

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