Leadership

Chances are, as an InterVarsity student leader, you minister alongside people of the opposite gender. Perhaps you co-lead a small group, or partner together on your chapter’s leadership team, or your fellowship is served by male and female staff who work together to lead the ministry. How are those partnerships going for you?

One of the most significant lessons of my staff career came at an unexpected and, in hindsight, embarrassing moment.  But because of what InterVarsity believes and how we apply it, it led to one of

Have we just left the ‘good ol’ days’?  You know, the days we will look back on and realize how relatively stress-free it was to be a Christian on campus, when the only things standing in the way t

If you are leading a group, it is important to develop your skills so all members participate and contribute their best to the decisions you make together.

In light of Ferguson and other recent events, I am deeply disturbed by the racial divide in our country. Yet I am also deeply grateful for the bridge-builders in our ministry who take on the challenge of racial reconciliation with courage, intentionality, vision and biblical conviction in God’s redeeming grace.

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