Facing the temptation to criticize and what to do about it.
Ethnic reconciliation is a difficult journey, and believers need to see it as fundamental to the gospel.
Alec Hill writes that the crucial decision about vocation isn’t a particular job function, but rather a desire to live an integrated life under the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
Alec Hill confirms that deep within InterVarsity's life and history is a call to reach students and faculty of every philosophy, life-stage, ethnicity and discipline—with compassion and boldness.
Alec Hill reminds us that we want to be kingdom-oriented, not self-oriented, leaders.
As a former dean, Alec Hill knows it's possible to be both a sincere believer and an ardent intellectual.
Alec Hill describes our core value of authentic relationships and redemptive communities.
Alec Hill reminds us that growing and maturing as a believer is a core value of InterVarsity.
Alec Hill reflects on the importance of Scripture as central to vibrant Christian growth and witness.
There is no better place to spread the word of God than on your secular campus.