Real Questions

By Steve Lambert

Most Greeks have a desire to progress in their chapters and increase their involvement and leadership experience by running for chair positions or Executive Boards.

By Tyler Riffe

The Gospel is amazingly deep and profoundly simple. - Tyler Riffe

By Tyler Riffe

Greek IV exists so that every Fraternity and Sorority student might have the opportunity to hear and respond to the Gospel.  But what is it?

By Alison Smith

Across the country, thousands of men and women have accepted bids or crossed into fraternities and sororities. Pledge. Neophyte. New Member.

That’s right. Arguably the most “progressive” national news organization has its own qualms with the trend of uncommitted romantic slumber parties, otherwise known as "shacking."

To varying degrees, chapter ministry leaders across the country have experienced resistence to having a Bible study within their fraternity or sorority. But even if you've never heard anyone verbalize a complaint or concern, take a look at your small group and consider these suggestions for being as welcoming and inclusive as possible.

This BIG Question comes from Casey Groff, who has been on Greek InterVarsity staff since 2009. She shares out of her personal history with alcohol, and the countless conversations she's had helping fraternity and sorority students walk through their questions and relationship to alcohol. Casey's story adds to an important conversation about the intersection of partying and life as a Christian. We hope you are able to think through this topic with a new perspective.

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