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All of us live with labels. In this 4-week exploratory Bible study series in Luke, we explore the burdens we carry and how Jesus looks under the surface of our lives and uncovers the person beneath the labels.
Using a Luke 15 bible discussion and art, this guide will you help you make a clear and compelling invitation to faith in your Asian American small group.
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Well then, look no further! The “Life of Moses” Bible study series was created to help students and staff take the plenary teaching from LaFe13: Mi Gente, back to campus to share with their friends. “Life of Moses” will provide you with the first eight weeks of teaching to help your LaFe ministry become outward-focused from the very start.
How can we reach and follow up with Southeast Asian students by showing care and hospitality? This guide has five tips on how to reach and follow up with Southeast Asian students.
Looking to start ministry with artists? Here are some essential things to know compiled by the leaders of InterVarsity Arts Ministry
Wanting to get started in ministry with Latino Students? Here are some lessons, best practices, and resources to help you get started from the leadership of InterVarsity’s Latino Fellowship (LaFe)!
How can we do evangelism together as a community? Learn your community’s strengths and take communal next steps using the Belong-Engage-Commit Community Map.
Some tips, best practices, and examples for leading effective discussions that were developed with artists and art students in mind, but can be applicable for a broad range of audiences.
A six-week Bible study series for Pilipino American students to explore their Pilipino identity by studying Moses' journey throughout Exodus. Each week, students will go through an anecdote related to Pilipino identity, a passage in Exodus and a related application. This is a great starter Bible study for Pilipino small groups or chapters to go through to be discipled in their ethnic identity, evangelism, lordship issues and more!
Lunch break is an open space for community building, deeper conversations, and storytelling through food. It is a fun way to casually get to know people through a meal and intentional conversation. Build trust and relationship by inviting someone new and exploring the conversation topics below. Part of the "Have You Eaten Yet?" Campaign.