Believers in Business Conference

New York, NY
February 14, 2014 - February 15, 2014
Friday, 6:00pm to Saturday, 6:00pm Redeemer Presbyterian Church 150 West 83rd Street New York, NY

Inside Radical Faith

Amy Hauptman
January 21, 2014

When your dad starts an underground church movement in your home country, it’s going to affect you.

Growing up overseas as an only child, Jeremy Lee witnessed his parents living out radical and sacrificial Christian faith in their home and in their workplaces. His dad started a Bible study at his workplace even though it was dangerous in their country to do so.  As more people joined and got involved in the Bible study, it eventually grew into an underground church movement.

“My family’s values were based around hospitality and servanthood,” said Jeremy. “My mom and dad were very comfortable opening our home to missionaries or friends—they believe that God’s blessings should not be taken for granted, but be utilized to serve others.”

When Jeremy was eight years old he dedicated his life to following Christ. But his faith was very “surface-level.”

January 20, 2014

Why We Can Hope for True Racial Reconciliation

Drew Jackson
Martin Luther King Jr., the gospel, and racial reconciliation

Reconciliation and new creation sit at the heart of the gospel.

January 17, 2014

What Kind of Savior Is This?

Ryan Hammill
Global Urban Trek students

What happens when we follow God’s heart right into the midst of the urban poor?


InterVarsity Launches Two New Ministries

January 17, 2014


(St. Louis, MO) – Focused ministries to athletes and artists were launched in a special ceremony that was held during InterVarsity’s National Staff Conference in St. Louis, January 7-11, 2014. Both ministries have been growing steadily from small beginnings and have spread to campuses across the country in the three years since InterVarsity’s last staff conference.

January 15, 2014

Who’s Missing from the Church

Debbie Abbs
Who's missing from the church

While Jesus was on earth, he went to those who lived on the margins of life. 


Making Space for God’s Renewal

Kathryn Brill
January 15, 2014

The relationship between God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit—the Trinity—is a mystery that most of us will never come close to fully understanding. But the Trinity does show us something very clearly—community is at the center of the universe.

InterVarsity alumnus Michael Tso has been captivated by the mystery and beauty of the Trinity, “not so much as a doctrine, but as a way of living in community.” In a variety of places, times, and careers, Michael has placed true community—messy and difficult yet crucial—at the center of his life, and seen the ways it has transformed his life and the lives of those around him.

Discovering Community

January 09, 2014

How to Turn Leadership Challenges into Opportunities

Jason Gaboury

I was visiting with some ministry partners recently. They told the story of their visit with a young woman who works with a different campus ministry. 

January 07, 2014

Choosing to Lead

Jaryd Regner

So many of us have experienced it. We hear an inspiring sermon or we encounter Jesus at a retreat and cannot wait to do more for him.


Focusing on our Campus Mission

Gordon Govier
January 6, 2014

More than 1400 staff members from across the country gathered January 7-11, 2014 in St. Louis for our triennial National Staff Conference. The focus of the conference was on InterVarsity world changers, taken from InterVarsity’s Vision Statement: “To see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed.”

As attested by numerous stories on our website, students and faculty whose faith in Jesus Christ is planted and nurtured through the ministry of InterVarsity are called to change the world, and they respond. World changer stories were shared by video and by personal testimony, and are posted online by InterVarsity's Twentyonehundred Productions.

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