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Use these customizable instagram templates in your chapter's outreach to Black students. Our hope is that these templates will communicate vision and energy about our approach to reaching Black students.
Meet the Campus Continuum: a framework designed to articulate the journey of a witnessing community, help you assess your community, and create a roadmap to lead your community forward.
Learn how human sexuality fits into God’s Big Story, preparing you not just to talk fearlessly with peers but also to face the complexities of your own story.
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.
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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.
In thinking about mixed ethnic identity, what does it mean to be a “mixed blessing?” Use these two reflections (alone or in groups) to ask this question and sit at the feet of our Brown, multiethnic, Middle Eastern/North African savior, listening to what he has to say about how we have been made for good.
Listen to the stories of two InterVarsity Latina/o staff as they share their experience of being multiethnic, Mixed people. Then use the guided reflection to see how their stories illuminate your own Mixed experience and/or those of your Mixed family and friends.
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.
The Biblical Foundations of Law studies are intended to provide you with accessible Bible studies on topics of interest to law students and professionals who are seeking to understand the law from a biblical perspective.
The Hero resource was developed specifically for Black Student Ministry and engages the social identity of black people and its contrast/comparison to our true identity given by God. Available in booklet or digital format.
Do you wonder how Jesus might speak into your unique South Asian cultural experience? This seven-week discipleship series, created by South Asian InterVarsity staff for South Asian College students, will challenge you to take bold new risks, go deep and encounter the God of your people.
What does it mean to be South Asian and Christian? Join hosts Caroline Lancaster and Kevin Wilson for real conversations on faith and the South Asian cultural experience.