In a city of dark pursuits and golden temples, God lives with the poor.
An Urbana alum prepares for her mission in graphic design, in a nation with a rich visual heritage.
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
See what God is doing among athletes at the University of New Hampshire.
John Godson - From a Nigerian IFES student to the Polish parliament
Developing the value of listening as a critical element of cross-cultural relationships.
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. Uses 7-11 Big Gulp as a metaphor.
A splash video for introducing the Red Cup concept at a post-NSO Large Group.
Talk given by Doug Schaupp related to the Red Cup proxe station.
Zip file of graphics for designing and printing your own evangelism materials. Includes smooth & hand-drawn.
A quick overview of all the graphic resources available for the Red Cup Proxe Station.
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.
Richard became a Christian as a freshman and humbly served for three years on campus.
Part 3- Moses and The Exodus
For Ashley, becoming a believer did not happen overnight; It took time, and a community of believers.
Part 4- Joshua & Judges
A fast-paced, statistics-filled reflection on how the world has changed in the last 20 years.
Ron Riesinger describes 25 years of ministry to international students in Portland.
Part 5- Kings and Prophets
IFES Students continue a legacy of world changing witness in over 150 countries.