Sharing Your Faith

By Sarah Anne Sumpolec

I came to college a 17-year-old witch. Literally. I had been deeply involved in the occult for many years, so you can imagine my surprise when I moved into my freshmen dorm and found myself sharing a room with two…Christians.

By Abi Christian

This fall, InterVarsity is seeing dozens of students across the country make decisions to follow Jesus—from 39 students in New York and New Jersey to 20 students in Texas to 47 students at the University of California Los Angeles.

By Lauren Anderson

I’ve been asking myself that question a lot recently. I’m a junior living in the dorms. That doesn’t make sense. At least that’s what people tell me.

By Rachel Kuhn

As I drove to school to start our week of New Student Outreach, I prayed for divine encounters. God was listening and I did not have to wait long for a response. As I passed a guy on a moped, I felt God say to me, “You are going to talk with him today.” I glanced at the guy’s brown shirt so I’d know what to look for.

By Elizabeth

This is a call to incarnational ministry, right? It’s a really high-flown term for the simple question that materializes on the Trek. Could I serve here, or in a community like this one, for my whole life?

By Greg Hsu

Since we change so much at college, the old patterns of home can create friction when we try to bring the two worlds together, especially when it comes to witnessing to our friends. We want to start by hearing their story and sharing our story.

By Greg Hsu

Returning home after a year at college can be a challenge. Now that we’ve experienced God’s work in our lives, we want to introduce our friends to him. But how can we witness back home when we never did before?

By Julia Powers

Jesus is like a pancake. Or at least that’s what InterVarsity members at the College of William & Mary say at our biannual Pancake House. Now, I’ve been to pancake breakfasts before (mostly sponsored by my mom’s Kiwanis club back home). But...

By Ryan Pfeiffer

Want to know what’s creating the buzz on the University of California—San Diego campus this week? It’s a secret. InterVarsity’s Divisional Director Ryan Pfeiffer reports: “From 10am to 10pm our students are hosting an outreach where students anonymously post a secret they have never told anyone before in their life. (I was raped. I had an abortion. I’m having sex. I am gay. I ran over a cat. etc.)


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