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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.
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The Beyond Colorblind Proxe Station is designed as a catalyst for conversations around the Gospel through students' ethnic stories. Follow the link below to find everything you could need for training, promotion, set-up, and follow-up.
Our hope is that each of our InterVarsity chapters will have an advisor they are partnering with on campus. We’ve curated a few resources to help you, whether you’re just getting started or you’re looking to improve an existing partnership!
There are Muslim international students on your campus but, while they may be curious, most will not show up at a typical InterVarsity or ministry event. We need to go to them. But it’s very easy to get started. Walking up and introducing yourself is one of the best ways to make a new friend. This resource will teach you how!
Students from all spiritual backgrounds want to understand the real stories behind their campuses. Use this guide to create a Justice Pilgrimage that will help students learn about their campus history, see how Jesus brings healing and justice to people and to places, and learn what it means to be part of an InterVarsity community.
Growing in leadership is about learning to take kingdom risks! This guide can be used one-on-one or with a group to help students as part of a formal or informal apprentice development program.
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.
Jesus did very little 1-to-1 ministry but instead led a learning community where the disciples were always learning together. This resource will teach you a practical way of building learning communities on campus through Coaching Circles.
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.
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.