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A guide for doing a simple Native land acknowledgement to honor Native peoples on your campus, conference, or other ministry event.
This guide was created to help us listen as we explore how the themes from Hoʻolohe Pono can be used as a tool for growing in cross-cultural competency. It is to be used with the Hoʻolohe Pono video which profiles Intervarsity’s immersion project into the Hawaiian community.
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 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.
The Beyond Colorblind video series features people from various ethnic backgrounds sharing about the beauty, brokenness, redemption, and restoration they have experienced in their stories. We hope that the Holy Spirit would minister to students through the vulnerability and thoughtful reflection in these videos. Use these videos in tandem with the small group guides for guided discussion and response.
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.
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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.
As your ministry prepares to return to campus (whether online or hybrid), help your community process the grief from the past season and long for God's hope and renewal with these two Bible studies (Psalm 42, Isaiah 55), complete with leaders guide and printable manuscript.
Our campuses are desperate for self-care. This four-session series will invite your community - Christians and seekers alike - to explore their level of self-care (body, soul, relationships), and consider Jesus’ invitation for true rest, joy, and peace found in him.
Want real community? This 7-week Bible study series unpacks what it means to be a flourishing community. Jesus is all about creating the kind of community that goes beyond just being known—how we live and love each other will change the world around us.
What does Jesus have to do with justice? This 7-week series traces the theme of justice from the Old Testament to the New Testament, offering a biblical basis for justice as an attribute of God’s character and central to God’s mission in the world. This foundational series will propel participants towards a life-long pursuit of justice that is grounded in Jesus.
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 devotional to jumpstart a Christian athlete’s faith journey in college. Covering topics ranging from mission, rest, to identity, this adaptable resource can be used for both individual and group spiritual growth. Great for new student-athlete contacts or short Team Outreach Bible Studies.
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.
The "Have You Eaten Yet?" Small Group Series is designed for small groups to read and share about their stories and experiences. The small group series will explore God’s hospitality in Scripture and reflect on what that means for themselves and their campus.