Sharing Your Faith

By Jenna Spolarich
Before coming to Sonoma State University this fall, I had no idea what InterVarsity was or that the school had anything like it. I found out about it during move-in weekend and immediately wanted to join. And when I was asked to help with a Proxe before classes even started...
By Christopher K. Lee

What does it take to become a “multiethnic witnessing community transformed by Jesus reaching every campus culture”?

By Jeannie Rose Field

The first time I was asked to share the gospel at a Proxe Station, I tried to get out of it.

By Lucas Pulley

I get the same answer almost every time: “Bible study and prayer.” The scene looks like this: I sit down over coffee with a student who’s stuck in their walk with Christ, bored with the Christian life, and struggling to hear from or care about Jesus at all...

By Matt Meyer

I have a confession to make. I’m an InterVarsity staff and I don’t like Proxe stations. Like, I really don’t like them.

By Jamie Veeder and Megan Greeley

In a recent Christianity Today article, Tim Safford writes "miracles are so unusual that we stop in wonder. By their rarity, their unusual character they grab our attention . . . [miracles are] a sign that Jesus . . . is on the move in an unusual way: his kingdom, long promised, is breaking in."

By Eric Holmer

Though President Obama and Governor Romney will be spending the next few weeks outlining their vast differences, both of them share something in common that makes them unlike nearly 70% of presidents since 1877.

By Nicole Carline

‘I thirst’ were the words from God above. God who left immortal to show his eternal love. ‘I thirst’ is what he said, What he gasped as his lungs began to fill and collapse, As he hung there in agony on a tree to die, I sit, I think, and wonder….why...

By Jessica Fick

I didn’t expect Jesus to show up in a bar that evening. No, it wasn’t a hipster dude with a big beard. It was at my high school reunion where I reconnected with Chris—a formerly awkward and quiet student who now sported snazzy glasses, stylishly gelled hair, and an identity as an openly gay man.

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