Some commonly used metaphors for Bible study, in a helpful pie chart.
Finally, a breakdown of biblical book titles and their use in 21st century life.
An Urbana alum building relationships in South L. A.
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
John Godson - From a Nigerian IFES student to the Polish parliament
See what God is doing among athletes at the University of New Hampshire.
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.
A splash video for introducing the Red Cup concept at a post-NSO Large Group.
Instructions on how to attach Proxe Station panels to foamboard
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 with all the red cup visual elements for making your own posters, etc.
An intern gives a musical tour of the twentyonehundred studios
Students plan to reach new students using a proxe station.
Stories of InterVarsity Transforming Lives, Renewing Campuses, and Changing the World.
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.
Part 1: The Beginning
Prof. Lendol Calder, Augustana College, talks about financial stewardship.
Part 2- The Patriarchs
UW Madison students demonstrate community on campus by moving into a dorm.
Richard became a Christian as a freshman and humbly served for three years on campus.