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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 Katie Nowell

A few weeks ago I went to visit my grandfather. My parents & I sat down in the living room after a lovely dinner & began to watch a Hallmark movie. About thirty minutes into the movie my grandfather walked in.

He said, “Are we at the conflict yet?"

We all began to laugh & said, “What do you mean?"

By Paula Frances Price

The third week of Advent is "Gaudete Sunday" or "Joy Sunday". The Christmas season is filled with a mix of emotions. Maybe you passed your exams with flying colors or maybe you just failed a final and the stress is boiling over. Or perhaps you're excited to go home and see your family, but nervous about handling questions about your future.

By Paula Frances Price

My church celebrates Advent with the lighting of a candle on the Advent wreath every Sunday. Each Sunday, a family stands up fron to lead us in God's Word. The children, rather than the parents, read out what the candle means.

By Alison Smith

This past Sunday marked the beginning of the season of Advent, the four-weeks leading up to the birth of Jesus.

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.

By Paula Frances Price

It’s the root of all evil.

It makes the world go round.

It’s why you choose certain jobs.

By Mark Abdon

Stop me if this sounds familiar.

Frat guy invites sorority girl over to the house on a weeknight. Nothing crazy, but there are about 50 people in the basement, playing beer pong, hanging out and drinking something blue. Frat guy and sorority girl team up for a few games, and are feeling pretty good.

By Meaghan Graham Foster

I grew up in a Christian home—we prayed together, we went to church together, I even went to a Christian school. Scripture memorization was how I learned the alphabet in kindergarten. When I entered college I was more than ready to break free of all the rules I had been held to by my loving, Christian parents.

By Greg Lindsay

When you think of prayer, you might think of scenes like sitting in a church pew with your eyes closed or someone on their knees with their hands clasped praying for events and situations in their

By Greg Lindsay

Fall of my freshman year at ASU saw me signing up for just about every club, event and experience I could find - except fraternity rush. I was your typical “I’m never going to rush” guy. It’s not that it was the last thing on my list, it wasn’t even on my list.

By Katie Nowell

“He should’ve known better.”

“I bet every guy views women in this way.”

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