Real Leadership

By Anonymous

The main speaker at Greek Conference 2014 Indianapolis was Andy Dalton. He spoke about how we often hold onto ideas, thoughts, or things that negatively keep us from our relationship with God. For his illustration, Andy used the image of a tennis ball and what it would be like to physically drop it. A student from an Indiana campus connected with that image, and this is her story told by the Greek InterVarsity staff at that campus.

How did you first get connected with Greek InterVarsity?

When I came to Grand Valley, we didn't have a Greek InterVarsity chapter and I didn't think I was going to join a sorority at all. I was plugged into our undergraduate chapter of InterVarsity from the start and grew in community there. After a while, God placed Greek life on my heart and after praying about it for all of my freshman year and that summer, I decided to go through recruitment in the fall of my sophomore year. 

By Greek IV

Tori is on staff at Indiana University and loves meeting with fraternity and sorority members. She is a strong leader of prayer on the Greek InterVarsity team, and a great encouragement to many.

How did you first get connected with Greek InterVarsity?

After joining my sorority, Alpha Epsilon Phi, during my freshman year, my big recommended I go on a service trip during my spring break with InterVarsity. I decided to go on the trip and have been involved with Greek IV ever since. 

Greek InterVarsity at Arizona State University didn't even exist until just over a year ago, but now there are dozens of students involved, house ministries getting started and students growing

By Dominique Griffin

First time headed to Greek conference? Have no idea what to expect? Nervous with no idea what you’ve gotten yourself into? I was right there with you last year.

A student at California State University, San Marcos recently shared this story. It's only a few weeks into the school year and we're excited to see how God continues to move on campus throughout the year! 

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