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Hope in a Time of Despair
Did you make a new faith commitment at InterVarsity LIVE?
We are so excited for what God is doing in your life! InterVarsity leaders have created this 1-page guide that can help you build your faith in this incredibly challenging time in our world.
Bible Study Guide
Hope in Times of Despair Study Guide
Keep the discussion going! We have created a Bible Study resource specifically for this week's topic: Hope in a Time of Despair. This is a great way to dive deeper with a small group and to take time to read, discuss, apply, and pray for one another.Download
Breakthroughs in Power - Online Prayer
60min | Monday, April 20 at two times: 1pm PT / 2pm MT / 3pm CT / 4pm ET and 4pm PT / 5pm MT / 6pm CT / 7pm ET
What if God wanted to show us His unlimited power in our online spaces by bringing healing and wholeness? Hear stores of how God is already at work in online ministry and make room for Jesus' unlimited power in your life and in the lives of your friends.Register Attend
Native InterVarsity hosts "The Gathering"
Calling all Native students, Native young adults, and any Native person!
Weekly, every Wednesday at 3pm HT / 5pm AK / 6pm PT / 7pm MT / 8pm CT / 9pm ET
You're invited to join the Gathering and we would be honored to have your presence. Each week, there will be Native-Styled Musical Worship and a message from a Native Jesus-follower, plus an afterparty! Questions? Feel free to contact Ceidric Platero at email@example.com.Sponsored by Native InterVarsity: creating communities where Native college students & young adults can explore following Jesus while honoring their cultures and traditions.
Thank you so much for joining us! We hope that despite all the changes in the COVID-19 era, you felt comforted by some InterVarsity Nostalgia. As mentioned in our Alumni Afterparty, we are hoping to make more spaces for alumni to connect with InterVarsity, our resources, and each other in the future. In the meantime, keep in the loop by joining our InterVarsity Alumni Linked In group. We’ll post our upcoming events as well as helpful content in the upcoming weeks.Join LinkedIn
All IVP ebooks are 50% off if you order them directly from ivpress.com, valid until April 30th.
by Trillia Newbell
God promises to finish the good work he began in us—but that doesn't come without bumps in the road. Life can be hard, faith can wane, and distractions abound. Too many today are at risk of compromising their integrity or giving up on their faith. How can we persevere to the end?
Trillia Newbell, a fellow struggler on the journey, offers encouragement and hope for us to run the race well. While life may be full of challenges, we have a true and real hope in Jesus, who provides us with what we need to endure through pain and doubt. Newbell shares theological insights and practical disciplines to train us for faithful, godly living over the long haul.
The race is hard, but you are not running it alone. Find strength and courage here to endure and finish well.Buy the Book
by Amy Simpson
Our culture is frantic with worry. We stress over circumstances we can't control, we talk about what's keeping us up at night and we wring our hands over the fate of disadvantaged people all over the world, almost as if to show we care and that we have big things to care about. Worry is part of our culture, an expectation of responsible people. And sadly, Christians are no different.
But we are called to live and think differently from the worried world around us. The fact is, worry is sin, but we don?t seem to take it seriously. It is a spiritual problem, which ultimately cannot be overcome with sheer willpower—its solution is rooted entirely in who God is.
How can we live life abundantly, with joy, as God has called us to do, when we?re consumed by anxiety?Buy the Book
Brad is the National Associate Director of Black Campus Ministries. He has been on InterVarsity staff for over 12 years, serving in the Florida Bay Area and now serves Black Campus Ministries. Black Campus Ministries (BCM) is committed to reaching black students and faculty at majority institutions and historically black colleges/universities nationwide, ministering to the unique needs of the community and laboring to develop extraordinary Black Christian leaders and world changers.
Alison is on the national team for Greek InterVarsity, InterVarsity’s focused ministry for fraternity and sorority students. An alumna of Western Michigan University, Alison currently lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her husband Sean.
Worship Worship Team
We were blessed to have the Urbana 18 worship team join us
That's Who God Is"featuring Eric Lige TAGGED with You are God Alone featuring Andy Delos Santos
Kau Rajakufeaturing Shawn Halim
This Is A Movefeaturing Guest Artists, Genessis & Nikki
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