As faculty, administrators, or staff, you face tremendous pressures. As Christians, you long to be faithful to your callings in all areas of life. But the challenges are real.
Whatever your position, InterVarsity’s Faculty Ministry has a vision to see faculty following Jesus together. We want to see you flourish and be a redeeming influence for Christ in the university. On campus and online, you are not alone; we seek to provide support and encouragement by connecting you to:
- A local community of Christian academics who reflect the diversity of the body of Christ
- Regional and local gatherings of Christian academics
- Guidance for spiritual formation
- Tools for ministry
- Stories of faithful practice
- Materials related to integration of faith, learning, and practice
Faculty Ministry wants you as faculty to know you are valued and the work you do in the academy is significant in the Kingdom of God.
GFM was foundational in helping me develop an integrated view of my faith, vocation, and what a Christian professor could look like. I made lifelong friends who still impact my Christian walk today. –Francis Su, Professor
We'd like to get to know you better! Fill out the contact card to learn more about Faculty Ministry.
We serve a wide diversity of faculty through communities on campus. These focused ministries exist to serve faculty in their specific context.
Women in the Academy and Professions
Encouraging, challenging, and supporting women to flourish in their God-given callings and live as redeeming influences in the academy and beyond. Learn more about us or find us online at The Well.
Resources for Women | Visit The Well
Connecting, equipping, and mentoring those on the academic pathway as they seek to serve God through their vocation in the university. Learn more about us or read more on our blog.
Academic Resources | Visit the ESN Blog
Black Scholars and Professionals
Equipping black grad students and faculty as they seek to be transformed by Christ, renewed in their academic pursuits or professional lives, and serve as agents of change within the African American and African community, the church, and the world. This is done through spiritual formation, ethnic integrity, academic and professional integration, church participation, connection, reconciliation, and partnership and collaboration.
Ethnic Specific Resources | Visit BSAP