Campus Ministry

Students walking across Stanford University's White Plaza on May 21, 2009, were surprised to see four goats and a yak grazing on the grass. Many stopped to pet the goats and have their pictures taken with them, which is just what the members of InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship were hoping they would do.

Although there are 28,000 students at Georgia State University (GSU) in Atlanta, only 2,800 of them live on campus. The rest of the students commute to school, making their commitment to any campus organization unlikely.

Cullen Story loved the Lord, was passionate about students and zealous for learning. In the book of Hebrews, we are told that a great cloud of witnesses surrounds us. Cullen is now amongst them.

Since college Jessica Grahmann has felt called to minister to Native Americans. For the past two-and-a-half years she has been an InterVarsity staff worker at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.

Is God necessary for morality? This was the question for the debate between Dr. William Craig, Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, and Shelly Kagan, Clark Professor of Philosophy at Yale University, on the evening of February 24, 2009, at Columbia University in New York City.

It was because of some InterVarsity students that Sim Gregory and her husband became Christians while they were in college. So volunteering for InterVarsity was a natural step for her.

First semester reports show many responses to student witness. Students are still seeking spiritual answers and InterVarsity is there for them.


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