By Christina Quintanilla

Growing up in a multiethnic, evangelical family, conversations around immigration were confusing to say the least. I can vividly recall sitting at the kitchen table listening to family members debate the morality of immigration laws...

By Megan Murdock Krischke

Increasingly, InterVarsity students and staff are becoming aware of the Native people on their campuses and in their communities.  I hope this story, and the ideas that follow, will give you concrete steps you can take to build relationships of respect, honor and trust with Native people. 

By Doug Schaupp

“Every culture is fallen, but every culture can be redeemed by God.” My InterVarsity friends first taught me this decades ago, and I continue to lean into this truth today. Here are two questions

By Andy Kim

Every third Monday of January is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, an opportunity for our nation to remember and reflect upon the life and legacy of one of the greatest civil rights champions and

By Linson Daniel
I’ve heard many of my peers talk about the relevance and effectiveness of the ethnic specific ministries: Should ethnic specific ministries exist? Is it a broken model of ministry? 
By Derek Wu
I’ve spent a large part of my life wondering if I belong. Feeling Like An Imposter From my beginnings as a young Taiwanese-boy-violinist, through Conservatory and high school, through my undergrad
By Joe Ho

“Hide the Asians!” That was a suggestion from a Chinese American student leader as our InterVarsity fellowship prepared for freshman outreach. For the past couple years, our student leadership core