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Couldn’t make it to our 25th Urbana Student Missions Conference? Videos from the Urbana livestream are now available for online viewing. Urbana 18 was dedicated to calling whole-life, whole-world disciples, and became a sacred space for college and graduate students, faculty, and church leaders to hear God’s call. View the summary video at left or click below to see more Urbana videos.


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Renee McCrory decided to join InterVarsity staff at the end of a long day at her sales job. She was driving to George Mason University (GMU) where she led a small group Bible study started by her church. “I realized that this could be my job,” she recalled. “I love it, so I thought, why don’t I do it fulltime?”

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From the pulpit and the porches of the Englewood neighborhood on the south side of Chicago, pastor and community leader Jonathan Brooks challenges you to be fully present in your community. He will help you and your church rediscover how loving your neighbors means loving their--and your--neighborhoods.
Using seven key sentences drawn from the Old Testament, scholar and teacher Christopher J. H. Wright provides this short introduction that fits the pieces together, shows you the coherent whole, and points you toward Jesus.