Evangelism

With David Howard’s passing yesterday, InterVarsity remembers his lasting impact mobilizing students and campus for God’s global mission.

As director or assistant director of multiple Urbana conferences (51, 70, 73 and 76) and as president of both Latin American Mission and the World Evangelical Fellowship, David’s humble and servant-hearted leadership in missions spanned nearly six decades.

Robert Finley was hired straight out of college in 1945 by C. Stacey Woods, the founder of InterVarsity. During this formative period for a number of evangelical ministries, Finley met and worked with many other pioneers as they followed God’s call to spread the gospel message across the U.S. and around the world in the post-World War II era.

Josh was done with Christian community, until he was convicted of his need for it. 

Carlos was a well-known atheist who enjoyed his Christian friend's company. When she invited him to an InterVarsity retreat, he thought, Why not?

Taylor didn’t want to have anything to do with Jesus. But when an opportunity came to serve a hurting community, she joined InterVarsity on a trip that changed her life. 

Billy Graham partnered with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship many times during his life in order to bring the gospel message to college students.

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

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