Editable Word poster (letter sized) for the "Bienvenidos" campaign
InterVarsity’s Black Student Conference will explore Black identity and the Christian faith.
An infographic for IFES World Student Day 2014
InterVarsity's Annual Report for 2013-2014 PDF
Animation about Jesus' mission (and ours).
"Who is Jesus" themed flyer (4-up) on 8 1/2 x 11 PDF
InterVarsity students are part of a global movement reaching the world for Christ.
Instructions on hanging banners on banner stands (sold on InterVarsity Store)
Author video for Threshold 2: Curiosity.
Leader's Guide for the 5 Thresholds curriculum; includes handouts and password for videos.
Author video for Threshold 4: Seeking.
Author video for Threshold 3: Open to Change.
Author video for Threshold 5: Follower.
Author video for Five Thresholds: Overview
Author video for Threshold 1: Trust.
The University of Michigan community will be engaged in the fight against modern day slavery, October 19-25, 2014.
A compilation of campus scenes, student life, staff, proxe stations, small groups and large groups.
IFES World Student Day 2014 is October 17.
In every culture, there are mindsets that only the Holy Spirit can change.
The ONS class of 2014 gets animated.
Four icons that describe InterVarsity's core ministry
Use this fully editable Word document to kickstart great follow-up with the Awesome Proxe campaign!
Tri-fold Trek infographic/brochure. Download PDF or order hard copy from store.
A promotional video for InterVarsity's Graduate and Faculty Ministries Department. From 2005.
A short article to help you think through training your students might need to bring the Awesome Proxe to your campus.
Information and ideas for 3 week large group and small group series based on the Awesome Proxe.
Easy to follow script for Proxe and Pocket Proxe version of Awesome, along with the t-shirt
Join over 15,000 others from December 27-31, 2015 in St. Louis in discovering God's global mission.
The Big Story app is a creative way to share the gospel right from your smartphone or tablet.
The Awesome proxe is set up to capitalize on students’ desire for “awesomeness”.