A very short animation about freedom and dependency
A look at justice and equality by the numbers
A short meditation on the cross in art, scripture, and text
A potter works with the clay
John Godson - From a Nigerian IFES student to the Polish parliament
Developing the value of listening as a critical element of cross-cultural relationships.
See what God is doing among athletes at the University of New Hampshire.
A summary of the Price of Life Invitational event held at Ohio State University, April 18-23, 2010.
Talk given by Doug Schaupp related to the Red Cup proxe station.
Talk given by Doug Schaupp related to the Red Cup proxe station. Uses 7-11 Big Gulp as a metaphor.
A splash video for introducing the Red Cup concept at a post-NSO Large Group.
A quick overview of all the graphic resources available for the Red Cup Proxe Station.
Zip file of graphics for designing and printing your own evangelism materials. Includes smooth & hand-drawn.
Instructions on how to attach Proxe Station panels to foam board
5"x7" Pocket Proxe, printed cards, four circles with Prodigal Son context.
A short animation presenting the wide scope of InterVarsity's values
Do it yourself! A zipped file w/ all the red cup visual elements, for making your own posters etc.
An intern gives a musical tour of the twentyonehundred studios
Use classic fairytale language to improve your stories.
A short paper on the four "C"s of telling stories.
Students plan to reach new students using a proxe station.
York Moore on God's Kingdom, our role in it, and seeking things that matter to God.
Henry arrived on campus as a freshman in bad shape. Then some friends invited him to InterVarsity.
A brief history of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students.
A story of churches and indigenous people working for reconciliation.
Stories of InterVarsity Transforming Lives, Renewing Campuses, and Changing the World.
Part 1: The Beginning
UW Madison students demonstrate community on campus by moving into a dorm.
Prof. Lendol Calder, Augustana College, talks about financial stewardship.
Part 2- The Patriarchs