Ethnicity, Reconciliation, & Justice

By Guyana Hand

My neighborhood’s the type of place InterVarsity students might visit for an Urban Project. It’s the type of place people lock their car doors as they drive through. Quite frankly, it’s the type of place young people don’t return to after college. 

By Lisa Liou

The danger of labels on both sides is that we end up pitting ourselves against other Christians, seeing our political identity as more defining that our shared identity in Christ. Instead, we need to love our brothers and sisters in Christ, especially when they are opposite of us.

By Laura Li

After attending the Asian Pacific Islander Women's Leadership Conference (APIWLC), I've been reflecting on what it means for me to be a leader as an Asian American woman.

By Allie Marshall

“I left home with a heart full of expectations – mostly positive, but I also had a certain amount of worry,” said Lisa Espineli Chinn, now the Director for InterVarsity’s International Student Ministry (ISM).

By Abi Christian

You may have never heard of Rev. Calisto Odede, but he’s helped thousands of students to consider God’s calling on their lives and in the Church.

By Chris Nielson

When students go on InterVarsity Urban Plunges over spring break, they seem to end up in a couple of places emotionally.

By Matt Meyer

Usually, people attend conferences looking for answers. Certainly, I went to InterVarsity’s Multiethnic Staff Conference 2012 looking for answers to some fairly practical questions like...

By LeAnn Jenkins

“He also who had received the one talent came forward, saying, ‘Master, I knew you to be a hard man, reaping where you did not sow, and gathering where you scattered no seed, so I was afraid...

By Jonathan Walton

As you practice sacrifice this Lent with InterVarsity and World Vision ACT:S, some of you may start to feel guilty for all the things around you and the opportunities you have and may become resentful of your stuff and of those who have plenty like you.

By Andrew Nguyen
The fall of Saigon in 1975 marked the end of the Vietnam War and the beginning of Vietnamese people fleeing to America. When I was born in the mid-80’s, the Vietnamese-American church had not been established for even a decade, many churches not even half a decade

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