Multiethnic Ministry

Charlene Brown is InterVarsity's newly appointed director of Black Campus Ministries.

Hmong Bible studies are part of InterVarsity's ministry on nine Wisconsin campuses.

"God is transforming the campus through Hmong students," says Alice Atkins.

Ministry at urban commuter colleges is always difficult, but California State University Los Angeles has been more challenging than most for InterVarsity staff members. Each of the first three years that Maite Rodriguez began a new ministry year at Cal State L.A. was like starting all over again.

Team leader for InterVarsity's largest BCM chapter, Wendy Hu-Au has learned how to be fluent in a variety of communication styles.

Walk across any college campus today and you're bound to travel around the world. College and university campuses have become ethnically and culturally diverse. InterVarsity's campus witnessing communities reach out to students and faculty through diverse ministries.

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.

Sandra Van Opstal will lead worship at InterVarsity's Urbana 09 Student Missions Conference, continuing InterVarsity's commitment to multicultural worship. The Urbana 09 Student Missions Conference will be held December 27-31, 2009, at the Edward Jones Dome and Americas Center in St. Louis, MO.


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