1) Get involved with Greek IV
Stay connected back on campus by attending regular meetings with other Greek IV friends. If you've been coming to Greek IV for a while, maybe it's time to start inviting friends or applying for a leadership position!
2) Attend a Church
Attending a church during the school year is an essential part of your relationship with God! There may be a church that your friends go to on campus already, but don't be afraid to branch out!
Visit a local church with a friend
3) Join a Chapter Ministry
It's more than just Bible study. When you join one of these groups, you'll be encouraged by others, go deeper in discussions, pray for one another, and develop lasting relationships with your fraternity or sorority.
Attend or start a ministry
In Your Chapter
1) Launch Evangelism
Find a wide selection of Bible studies, gospel diagrams, interactive visual displays (proxes), communication tips, and helpful articles on faith.
2) Start Chapter Ministry
What could happen if you invited friends to a regular Bible study lead by you? Why not find out! If you went through the Lead concentration, you’ll have all the resources you need to get a chapter ministry started.
Put your chapter ministry training from Greek Conference to work by inviting friends
3) Invite your Friends
As you get back to campus, think of 1-2 friends to invite to any of the opportunities available on your campus and pray that they would come!
Invite some friends to an event
On the Go
1) Camp Opportunities
Make time to slow down, reflect, and spend focused time with God and community. Dig deeper into scripture and dream, plan, and pray with fellow students about how you can partner with God on campus after the summer.
InterVarsity offers a variety of missions opportunities all over the world that range from just one week to a whole summer. Is God asking you to consider a Global Project or a Global Urban Trek this year?
All the time
1) Love God
God is worthy of everything we can offer – that includes our time. Through prayer, meditation, studying the Bible, music, and countless other acts of worship, it is essential that we set aside time daily to connect with God.
2) Love Others
In your Greek chapter, in your internship, at home with your family, for the rest of your life – the call remains the same: love your neighbor. Even when they’re hard to love. How will you demonstrate God’s love in word and deed to the rest of your chapter this year?
“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”
Matthew 22: 37-40