Cross-Cultural Competency

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 Andy Kim

In multiethnic ministry, conflict is inevitable. Misunderstanding is inevitable. Hurt and pain are inevitable. You will inevitably offend someone as well as be offended yourself. The question is NOT

By Andy Kim

Multiethnic Ministry is not easy.Cultural misunderstandings, miscommunications and prejudice abound. We are broken, selfish, sinful people. There are so many temptations and pitfalls

By Diana Collymore
Reconciliation is core to God's mission. By means of Christ's death on the cross, reconciliation of humanity to God and of humanity to one another was accomplished. In Ephesians 2:16 we read:
By Andy Kim
Old friends. Mom’s home cooking. Your favorite pair of jeans. There’s something undeniably comforting about the familiar. As good and necessary as that feeling of familiarity is, however, it often