Ethnicity, Reconciliation, & Justice

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
By Amy Hauptman

On August 28, 1963, one of the most important speeches was ever made in the history of the United States. Martin Luther King Jr., a pastor and civil rights leader, delivered the world-famous “I Have a Dream” speech from the Lincoln Memorial steps to over 200,000 civil rights supporters.

By Steve Tamayo

All across the United States, Latino student enrollment has increased. This recent report by the Pew Hispanic Center detailed a 24% spike in Hispanic college enrollment—in one year.

By Adam Jeske

The season of Lent is almost here. If you aren’t familiar, Lent is a period of 40 days, culminating with Easter, to reflect on the death and resurrection of Jesus through prayer, fasting, and giving.

By Ryan Gaffney

It’s been one week since my return to campus, fired up after InterVarsity’s first ever Ambition conference for chapter planting.

By Gordon Govier

The Super Bowl has already morphed from the premiere football attraction to a showcase for commercial creativity, at least in the minds of some fans.

By Geoff Gentry

I’m a language nerd. And not in that cool “phonetic alphabet origin of words” way. I suck at Scrabble, Boggle and other dictionary games.

By Chris Nielson
On Monday our country will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. As someone who grew up after the Civil Rights Movement it is hard for me to fully understand what life was like 25 years before I was born.
By Autumn Rupkey

In America, it’s difficult to know who made our things. And aside from a hidden tagline somewhere, we generally aren’t aware of where our things are coming from either.

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