Community and Relationships

By Steve Tamayo

Healthy accountability friendships give us space for self-discovery and for deep and genuine friendships. This leads to less anxiety, higher performance at work and school, and spiritual transformation.

By Christopher K. Lee

But having had several great mentors and having mentored many students myself, I find that there’s something even more fundamental: A mentor is someone who helps you see more clearly — and in doing so helps you become wise.

By Ashlye Vanderworp and Emily Baez

We had the opportunity to sit down with the Director of InterVarsity’s LaFe, Orlando Crespo. He shared about how God is using LaFe in this generation of students on campus and what he’s most excited about.

By Steve Tamayo

I’ve pulled together five small steps you can take today to help open doors of friendship on campus — lessons drawn from my decades of awkwardness and awesomeness.

By Emily Baez

The summer after my sophomore year of college, I prayed to God for a community of friends. My time thus far in college had been dull and I knew something seriously important was lacking in my life. Shortly after, I got plugged into InterVarsity on campus and made a ton of new friends.

By Drew Larson

Are you getting ready to move to campus soon? Packing for college can be a confusing process. As usual, InterVarsity is here for you!

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