Ministry in Daily Life

A 41-year legacy of student ministry was celebrated as InterVarsity staff and friends marked the official last day of employment for Pete Hammond on August 31, 2007.
After four years or more of college preparation, students are transitioning into jobs and careers for which they hope they have been prepared. Vice president-at-large Pete Hammond offers some Bible-tested wisdom for new graduates.

Ed and Karen Moy, friends of InterVarsity, have a passion to see Christians live out their faith in the work place. These two have found a ministry sharing this vision of life with InterVarsity students.

The tendency for evangelicals to name just a few things as sin (adultery, pride, some addictions, greed, laziness, etc.) and assume that all else is neutral, is naive and dangerous.

The marketplace-faith movement offers a challenge to Christians in many cultures where calling or vocation is the privilege of only a few super-saints among us who are employed by religious institutions.


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