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We have 5 tracks for you to choose from!  Select the track that speaks to you the most!


What do you believe about yourself? Who are you to God? Our answers to these types of questions, or our sense of identity, is shaped by many factors including family, friends, experiences and culture. 

This track will dig into Scripture (especially Colossians) to discover the answers to the answers to these types of questions.  We will look at various elements of our identity such as our humanity, sexuality, family and relationships.  We will work towards this end: that Jesus will begin or continue to transform us to more accurately and beautifully reflect Him.

*This track is only offered Week 2.


Do you want a fresh, up close and personal encounter with Jesus?   Do you want to spend a week diving into the gospel of Mark, learning new Bible Study skills to enrich your personal and group Bible study and worship?  In this track, using manuscript study, we will meet Jesus together in new ways.  We will  learn about the nature and values of God’s kingdom.  We will also discover what it looks like to follow Jesus and be a witness for him on campus. 

*This track is only offered Week 2.

the way of jesus

How do we move toward ever-deepening maturity in Christ? Christ himself said that the greatest commands are to love God and love our neighbor. The Way of Jesus will pursue deeper maturity in Christ by tracing the Biblical themes captured in InterVarsity’s Four Loves: Love for God, Love for God’s Word, Love for God’s People of Every Ethnicity and Culture, and Love for God’s Purposes in the World that bring dignity to all people. This week is designed to expand our imagination of what a life embracing and expressing these loves could look like and spiritual practices to help move us deeper in our walk with Jesus.

*This track is intended for sophomores and above.

*This track is now CLOSED Week 2.


How do I lead a small group?  How do we build a thriving witnessing community on campus? When Jesus came to change the world, he didn't build an army, write a book, or invent the iPad--He led a small group.  This track will equip you to lead a small group- through scripture study, community building, and missional activity.

*This track is required for InterVarsity Small Group Leaders and open to anyone leading a small group this coming year.


What is God's vision for our lives AND for our campuses? This track will focus on the personal growth of the leader as well as seek God's vision and plans for your campus. It will help develop your Coordinating Team into a biblical community.

*This track is invitation only.  Please check with your staff if you would like to be invited.

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