January 25, 2022 | Virtual Meeting

Cheryl Bachelder, former CEO of Popeyes® Louisiana Kitchen, Inc., created a culture based on the Popeyes Purpose: to inspire servant leaders to achieve superior results. Author of "Dare to Serve(link is external)," Cheryl says: "When I speak with leaders, it is hard for them to grasp that servant leadership drives both great performance and great human satisfaction." Speaker Series meetings are NOT recorded to offer the speakers complete freedom to share openly. Each Zoom meeting will be lively and include a 30-minute networking opportunity. MBA Alumni Ministry offers these webinars at no cost and encourages you to invite your friends and colleagues. Click here to learn more about the Christian MBA Alumni Network. 

Save the date and register now for Serving vs. Leading on Tuesday, January 25 at 7pm CT.

This event is hosted by: Christian MBA Alumni Network
January 26, 2022 to March 9, 2022 | Virtual Meeting

This January, join our online book discussion group with graduate student, faculty, and professional women as we discuss Vocation Across the Academy: A New Vocabulary for Higher Education, ed. by David S. Cunningham (Oxford University Press 2017)..

Do you feel that institutions of higher education are more fragmented than ever, and academics find it hard to understand or even appreciate one another’s fields of study? Do you long for the academy to be a place where everyone is encouraged to pursue the common good and students grapple with questions of purpose and meaning?

Click here to learn more and to register.

January 27, 2022 | Virtual Meeting

Ms. Skip McDonald will talk about the subject of anxiety, share key points from her bible study guide and entertain your questions.
She serves InterVarsity as a Regional Resource Specialist focusing on mental health and spiritual formation. She worked extensively as a mental health nurse.

January 27, 2022 | Virtual Meeting

Join Black Scholars and Professionals at 8 pm ET Thursday on Zoom for a Meet the Author event with Ms. Skip McDonald, R.N.,BSN, Th.B., who wrote The Anxiety Bible Study Guide. Ms. Skip McDonald will talk about the subject of anxiety, share key points from her bible study guide and entertain your questions. There will also be a time for sharing and prayer in fellowship with others.

February 5, 2022 | Virtual Meeting

GFM Florida Faculty Ministry welcomes Dr. Francis Su on February 5, 2022 from 9:30 am -12:30 pm EST. Due to the virtual nature of this event, we are happy to welcome faculty from around the country to join us online as Dr. Francis Su speaks on "Nurturing the Call." 

We request a $25 donation per faculty to attend and InterVarsity staff may attend free of charge. Registration closes on February 5, 2022. For further information, please email Gary Cameron.

This event is hosted by: GFM Florida Faculty Ministry
February 25, 2022 to February 26, 2022 | New York City, NY

Equipping and encouraging Christian MBA students and graduates to live out their faith in Jesus through their work in business.

April 7, 2022 to April 9, 2022 | Cincinatti, OH

Christian Community Health Fellowship clinics all over the country have experienced great stress for many reasons this past year. Amazingly, by the grace of God, most have also experienced rapid growth and supernatural provision. While we’re grateful for growth, growth carries its own set of stressors. So April 7-9, CCHF will be gathering for an in person conference designed to encourage and refresh. In addition to our normal agenda, we plan to offer a series of sessions focused on encouragement and joy.

Click here and scroll down to What to Expect, then register today and save the date to be renewed, refreshed, and re-energized.

This event is hosted by: Christian Community Health Fellowship
June 18, 2022 to June 25, 2022 | Cedarville, MI

Join us in June for our first in-person Midwest Faculty Conference in two years at the beautiful Cedar Bay (formerly Cedar Campus) for a week of refreshing time with other faculty families exploring our theme, Journeying with Jesus: Navigating Ambiguity on a Changing Campus.