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What does it look like to have a relationship with God that is honest about the anger, frustration, joy, and delight that exist in our walks with Him? This worksheet will help you to grow in intimacy with God, increase your emotional awareness, and bring Scripture to life.
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The "Two Ates" (Sisters) Pocket Proxe uses a beautiful art piece inspired by Pilipino culture and faith to help Pilipino American students on campus taste and see Jesus in a compelling and refreshing way.
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Students and faculty are confronted daily with the realities of racial injustice. Prayer is an active response that aligns us with God’s heart and stirs the Holy Spirit’s intervention. This resource provides guides for personal and group prayer meetings on themes related to racial justice.
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This resource will equip you to share the good news of Jesus through the concept of the gospel as a place where peace with God, others, self, and creation exists.
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Meet the Campus Continuum: a framework designed to articulate the journey of a witnessing community, help you assess your community, and create a roadmap to lead your community forward.
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A Launch Gathering is a catalytic event that creates space for students to tell their faith stories and for new students to learn what InterVarsity is all about. This two-week guide will lead your group (a small group, a leaders team, or a core team) through the process of preparing, inviting for, and hosting your Launch Gathering.
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What does Jesus have to do with justice? This 7-week series traces the theme of justice from the Old Testament to the New Testament, offering a biblical basis for justice as an attribute of God’s character and central to God’s mission in the world. This foundational series will propel participants towards a life-long pursuit of justice that is grounded in Jesus.
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Discerning what God is doing in each lifecycle of a small group—beginning, middle, and end—and following God into that rhythm is crucial in establishing rhythms of community. This resource will help you know what to expect in each stage and how to prepare.
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How can a small group increase its impact? By becoming a sending community! Sending people out to create more spaces for their friends to encounter God helps us truly bring the Love of God to every corner of campus. Use Multiplying Small Groups to help students gain vision, receive training, and make invitation plans to launch new small groups.
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Conflict is complex and a normal part of life. If you have conflict in your small group, it’s a good sign that your group is safe enough to have tension. Conflict, when addressed and resolved, grows the small group closer and healthier, as well as helps everyone in the group mature in emotional and spiritual health. This will help that process.
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As your ministry prepares to return to campus (whether online or hybrid), help your community process the grief from the past season and long for God's hope and renewal with these two Bible studies (Psalm 42, Isaiah 55), complete with leaders guide and printable manuscript.