“If we aren’t praying for and investing in non-Christians, what are we doing on campus?” asked Daniel Huang.
Marci, a graduate student attending Oakland University-Rochester, MI, discovered the importance of reading the Bible.
Alissa's family was presented an Urbana® Bible in 1981. She remembers it as a "bizarre little Bible," because it had a paper cover with pictures of people on it.
Emily, a freshman at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, learned about the importance of prayer and study of God’s Word during an InterVarsity’s student conference.
Over 30 InterVarsity students from Oregon and Washington helped “bear fruit that will last” during their two-week Summit mission experience.
How did God change a business major into a philosophy scholar? What does that have to do with translating a book on business ethics into Chinese?
An InterVarsity Staff Member at the University of Iowa literally walks through an open door and starts a GIG (Group Investigating God).
Jesus taught his disciples about leadership by showing them how to serve people. InterVarsity staff member, Howie Meloch, is teaching student leaders how to be servant leaders.
During a regional conference called "The Journey," Danielle Bailey, InterVarsity Staff Member in New York, challenged students with a difficult question.
Would God provide housing for the LaFe (Latino Fellowship) students with the Urban Project in Los Angles or would they be homeless for the summer?