The transition from undergraduate studies to graduate school can be challenging! There is the whole process of deciding what schools to apply to, taking GRE’s if they are required, completing applications, gathering references, visiting campuses, talking with students and potential advisors in the program and more. When you have been accepted into a program and […]
Sunday, February 21 7:00-8:30pm ET / 6-7:30pm CT / 4:00-5:30pm PT This month we will discuss what racial justice in immigration looks like, so that we can continue to seek justice and restore Shalom! We are honored to have Immigration Attorney Elket Rodríguez of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and Fellowship Southwest, and Dean Kevin R. Johnson, Professor of Public Interest Law […]
How can a thriving faith/science group help you start broader conversations with friends and colleagues, whatever their worldviews? How do you launch a faith/science small group and build community over time?
On Friday, we sent out the first 2011-12 issue of the Lamp Post, the email chronicle of InterVarsity Faculty Ministry. “What is the Lamp Post?” you ask? And well you might: it had been a while since we sent out an issue, partly because we were trying to do too much with each one. The […]
I spent the weekend at Jubilee, the annual student conference of the Coalition for Christian Outreach. Jubilee has a great reputation for emphasizing the theology of vocation – a reputation which was confirmed, by the way – but I didn’t expect the high level of fun generated by the conference. Saturday evening featured a hilarious […]