Join us every Friday at 8am or noon ET as we pray for our world, our work, and ourselves. Click through for details.
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In conjunction with the United Nations Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024, IV/USA - BSAP is calling for posters for the “Celebration of Scholarship of People of African Descent!”. Beginning February 1, 2024 through May 1, 2024.
Walk with Jesus through stories and scripture, in movement and prayer, as we seek God’s good road, the way of harmony. Along the journey, indigenous followers of Jesus from across North America and Hawaii (Turtle Island and Pasifika) will provide a window into God’s shalom and peace by sharing stories and wisdom from their communities. Click here to learn more and register.
Are you tired of living a disintegrated life? Do you want to feel whole, be an integrated self? Jeff Haanen shows how our culture influences us to live fragmented lives and describes how it is possible to live an integrated life oriented towards God. Click here to learn more and register!
Join InterVarsity's Black Healthcare Student cohort for 2023-2024 and enjoy a place of belonging, encouragement, and prayer for Black healthcare students during their years of training. Join us March 7 and 21, 2024. We look forward to seeing you online every two weeks this spring.
Black Scholars Law and Pre-Law Students, please register and join us as we encourage one another, growing in faith and community.
Christian Community Health Fellowship will offer its national conference for graduate students and professionals in healthcare March 14-16, 2024 in Covington, KY just across the river from Cincinatti. Check out the conference homepage for conference details, scholarship opportunities, and registration information.
Have you ever looked at the effects of climate change and the apathy of so many around you and wondered, “What are we missing here?” Climate activist Kyle Meyaard-Schaap understands this feeling from personal experience. But in his years of speaking to and equipping Christians to work for climate action, he’s seen the trend begin to shift. More and more young Christians are waking up to the realities of climate change. They want to help, but they’re not sure how.