Real Faith

By Paula Frances Price

“The kindest thing you can ever say is no.”

The first time I heard that, I laughed. I hate saying no.

So instead I say yes to everything. But when I say yes to everything, my insincere "yes" robs me of integrity. Let me explain.

By John MacKorell

It’s Thursday night- thousands of Greeks are defying 2,000 years of Roman Calendar tradition by starting their weekend two days early. The sound of music and the smell of beer mixed with other burning substances fills the halls of the fraternity.

By Alison Smith

The sun is out. The weather is starting to warm up. And you can’t help but notice that you just feel... happier. Probably because school is out... and you’re getting more Vitamin D.

By Alison Smith

St. Patrick's Day 2007.

A drunk stranger sleeping in my living room. Roommates passed out in their bedrooms.

By Hannah Weikart

My junior year of high school I gave up fried food for Lent… and sweets… and eating between meals.

By Alison Smith

Tell us about you. Where do you live? What do you do?

I live in Canton, MI near Ann Arbor-home of the Michigan Wolverines! Go Blue! I am an author, speaker, abolitionist and meat-a-tarian. Hit me up on Insta and Snap (@yorkmoore). I serve on InterVarsity staff as National Evangelist and the National Director for Catalytic Partnerships.

By John MacKorell

Each week leading up to Greek Conference we'll be sharing an exclusive interview with one of our 3 Greek Conference speakers. Today, we're featuring John "Jmack" Mackorell.

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