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Lead your ministry in global worship with the official songbook of Urbana 22.
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.
Everything you need to lead a small group Bible study in the book of Mark
Everything you need to lead a small group Bible study in the book of John
Everything you need to lead a small group Bible study in the book of Exodus
Everything you need to lead a small group Bible study in the book of Samuel
Everything you need to lead a small group Bible study in the book of Mathew
Everything you need to lead a small group Bible study in the book of Acts
Everything you need to lead a small group Bible study in the book of Luke
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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A good small group leader needs to keep the conversation going. Use these 10 tips to give you ideas on how to keep the discussions moving.
A list of icebreaker ideas and activities to help groups get to know one another and grow in communication and hospitality. Curated by InterVarsity staff.
With her mixed multiethnic and multicultural background, Chandra Crane has keenly felt the otherness of never quite fitting in. Join her as she interviews guests, has lively and honest discussions and helps us to find out how a mixed identity can be a blessing.
We’ve asked pastors, campus ministers, and wise friends of InterVarsity to contribute talks to a series to help you develop the spiritual practices you need right now.
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!
Our best insights, recommendations, and advice on how to connect well with graduate students during new Student Outreach.
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.
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.
Hosted by Caroline Lancaster and Andy Kim, “Flourishing Communities” unpacks the beauty and challenge of pursuing real community.
A back-to-school retreat allows returning InterVarsity students to reconnect with one another, re-center in our purpose on campus, re-ignite our hearts for building witnessing communities. This resource will help you lead a retreat to prepare students to welcome new students.