After a period of fruitlessness in her chapter, Rachel Gregg, a junior at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, talks about how her chapter's commitment to prayer and fasting appears to be changing that for the better.
The Election 2012 Proxe Station at the University of Louisville generated a lot of discussion. Campus Staff Nate Merritt shares his experience and some prayer requests for following up with the students he met.
Eric and Stacy Rafferty were driving to campus one morning. The events on slate for the day weren't those that would typically result in students making decisions for Christ...but an unexpected prayer changed that.
The question “Who Will You Be?” is being asked at campuses across the country this month through a Proxe Station by that very name. Read how students have been responding to this question that hits at the core of their identity.
College students’ spring breaks typically include road trips, sunburns, and partying on the beach - a scene typically missed by Christian students. So what happens when InterVarsity organizes a trip focused on equipping students in evangelism and sending them out to practice on the white sands of Panama City Beach, Florida? Read on.
Something amazing is happening in InterVarsity chapters across the country. In just seven years, the number of students and faculty who come to faith each year has doubled. Yes doubled. InterVarsity President Alec Hill shares congratulations and comments on the momentum building in evangelism and what that means for our ministry's future.