Gabby loved basketball but had no idea how God was going to use it to change her life and the lives of others.

With more than 4,000 colleges and universities available in the United States, choosing a college is a daunting task if you are a graduating high school student. And considering that your choice may shape the trajectory of the rest of your life, its significance can't be underestimated.

By Nathan Peterson

A lot of us, I’m sure, have heard how important it is to make a good first impression, which is true. But at the same time, people are complicated. It takes time to see who they really are, why they act the way they do.

When Tamice Spencer first encountered InterVarsity as a freshman at Virginia Commonwealth University, she wasn’t interested in Christianity. She had other interests.

InterVarsity’s 2018 Ambition conference was called to inspire, equip, and release students and faculty to plant witnessing communities in every corner of every campus.

By Tom Lin

I understand why many who share evangelical theological commitments are reluctant to speak or have considered abandoning the term and the identity as meaningless. But I still have hope for evangelicalism.

“Why did you just walk in, an hour late to this lecture?” the instructor asked the two students who paused at the door of the Friday night EMT training at Amherst College.

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