Witnessing

Jason Ray brought a high level of energy to every aspect of his life, including his faith in God and his passion for UNC athletics. He was also an organ donor. His story is part of the debut of a new ESPN news magazine called E:60. It will be featured tonight (Tuesday Oct. 16) at 7pm Eastern time, on the main ESPN channel.

InterVarsity chapters around the country prepare themselves every fall for the new influx of students, ready to gather them into their communities. Just like the changing of the seasons, incoming freshman bring new things for us to enjoy about them. Like the colorful leaves of fall, they are vibrant — they are ready for adventure and open to new experiences.

At most colleges students move out of the dorms after their freshman year and never look back. Granted, the experience of living in a dorm can be a blast, but in general it's not hard to say goodbye; no more unknown roommate, no more boring meal plans, no more cramped quarters. But moving back into the dorms is exactly what a group of students from University of Wisconsin—Madison's InterVarsity chapter is doing.

None of us understand the nearness of death until it is upon us

Takako's first glimpse of Jesus came through her hallway friendship with Dee, an InterVarsity international student from a closed country in Central Asia.

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