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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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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.
A practical guide to the four components of excellent follow up: 1) Jesus-centered hospitality; 2) Face-to-Face connection; 3) Two more times of connection; 4) Web a community.
One of the key first moves for New Student Outreach is creating space to help returning students re-center on our purpose on campus, re-establish our community, spiritually prepare to welcome new people and do some practical training. This template is ready for you to use, or feel free to customize and edit it as you find helpful!
In this series of short videos, Los Angeles Ministry Director Sam Rizk shares why follow-up is critical for ministry, what makes good follow up, and how to move forward with great follow-ups.
Our best insights, recommendations, and advice from Greek ministry experts on how to connect well with fraternity and sorority students during New Student Outreach.
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.
How do you make online social gatherings fun? While it's not the same as being in-person, we hope you'll laugh just as hard with these variety of virtual meeting ideas, online games, and quick ice-breakers that we've gathered.
Are you hoping to do ministry with nursing students? The leaders of Nurses Christian Fellowship offer some of their best tips to help you get started.
Our best insights, recommendations, and advice from MBA ministry experts on how to connect well with MBA students during new Student Outreach.