Anna Lee-Winans

Anna Lee-Winans

Anna serves as InterVarsity's National Director of Discipleship & Growth. She has the joy of innovating and strategizing with staff, students, and faculty around the country to follow Jesus. A second generation Chinese American born and raised in NYC, Anna was a social worker in a pediatric AIDS clinic before serving with InterVarsity. She has both a MSW and BA from NYU. She lives in Queens, NY with her husband and two daughters. Anna enjoys eating adventures with gracious people. 

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In this post-pandemic season as we recovery on some fronts but also continued hardship and strife, these five studies (from both the Old and New Testaments) help root us in God’s faithfulness to his people who throughout history have endured trial, hardship, famine, persecution, and plagues.
A six-week Bible study series on the book of Hebrews. In this season of adversity on nearly every front, Jesus’ justice-worn heart, dusty feet and tear-laden eyes remind us he carries our humanity into God’s presence as the only true Son of God and our great mediator. Come refresh and remind yourselves of God’s great promise that carries our hope into the inner sanctuary and anchors our weary souls.
God has granted you and the people in your small group overlapping connections to common friends, social networks, academic departments, and people you see regularly. This resource will help you explore these shared social networks and encounter God together to discern what to do next.
Conflict is complex and a normal part of life. If you have conflict in your small group, it’s a good sign that your group is safe enough to have tension. Conflict, when addressed and resolved, grows the small group closer and healthier, as well as helps everyone in the group mature in emotional and spiritual health. This will help that process.
These three Bible studies in Luke that explore the theme of “here for you” and are designed to take a group through setting a table of hospitality centered on Jesus (Luke 5.27-31), learning to worship Jesus as Lord (Luke 7:36-50) and responding with acts of justice to Jesus’ kingdom (Luke 19:1-10)
This bible study helps groups engage in Micah’s prophetic message that whatever we love shapes us. The study builds on our Online NSO themes, helping participants to see where God is calling them to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly.