Spiritual Formation

By Steven Grahmann

I’ve read books about prayer. I’ve been to weekend-long trainings on prayer. I’ve given sermons on prayer.

By Jen Herrmann

“You get a lot of time by yourself with Jesus,” my friend said, speaking about his semester abroad. “And you’d be surprised at how much you learn about him and yourself from that.”

By Julia Powers

Maybe you’ve “liked” one of InterVarsity’s prayer requests on Facebook, or one of International Justice Mission’s remarkable announcements about rescuing young women from slavery. 

By Alison Smith

Examen has drawn me more deeply into knowing God and myself. Through it, God has increased my gratitude and contentment while decreasing my anxiety and tendency to struggle with hope. It has also deepened my relationships with others.

By Casey Beckley

For the last 18 years, one verse in Scripture has particularly shaped why and how I pray. 

By Casey Beckley

For many of us, great InterVarsity staff workers are sometimes the closest thing we have to what we might consider modern-day saints. So as a very new follower of Jesus at 20 years of age, I had to work up a lot of courage to tell my staff worker about a secret sin that had been suffocating me ever since I realized how wrong it was.

By Andrea Lama

The sacrament of Communion seems a bit odd from our modern eyes. 

By Laura Abrams

Throughout the past 25 years, God has placed me in four distinct churches that have differed in denomination, race, socioeconomic makeup, and language. In these different communities, God has grown

By Christopher K. Lee

Jesus had become somewhat of a local celebrity, according to John 6. 

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