Real Leadership

By Paula Frances Price

You go to stand before chapter. Your knees are shaking as you announce your chapter Bible study, inviting your entire pledge class to join you. It’s a huge risk. But you do it anyway.

By R.J. Aitken

A few years ago I volunteered to coach a basketball team of 2nd and 3rd graders in a league my church ran. We had one player on our team who was pretty talented for his age, but he never wanted to pass the ball to anyone else. He was a classic ball-hog and his teammates began to resent him for not sharing.

By Catherine Elder

Greek InterVarsity desires to reach all Greeks across all councils. Today, we're interviewing Khai, a member of an NPHC (National Pan-Hellenic Council) organization. The NPHC consists of Historically Black Greek-Letter Organizations, also known as the "Divine Nine".

By Alison Smith

The Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games have had an exciting start. World records shattered. Dreams fulfilled (or disappointed).

Growing up in a Christian home, I did it all - got baptized, attended Vacation Bible School, took my first communion, and then got confirmed. My home church was a huge part of my life.

By Kelly Hawk

I first became a Christian in fall of 2012 when I heard someones testimony and felt like God was there speaking to me. I had never felt anything like it and the feeling overwhelmed and amazed me. In the fall of 2013 I went to Greek Conference in Boston where I felt God was speaking to me telling me to share his word with others in my sorority. While at the conference, I learned more about the potential of leading a Greek Bible study.

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