God’s timing is perfect – and before the recent events of Ferguson, MO ever took place, He knew our area fall conference topic was going to be Ethnicity. November 23-25, students from universities all across Eastern VA gathered to hear … Continue reading
After being a part of InterVarsity’s Eastern VA area (either as a student or staff) for the last 12 years, I can honestly say that I’ve been to a lot of conferences. And I can honestly say that I’ve grown … Continue reading
Eric and I agreed that this year was by far the best fall conference we’ve ever had. We’re settling into our roles – this was year 4 of Eric directing worship and me directing the Living Word track. For the … Continue reading
Right now, life is extremely full – but it is good. We’re traveling or running retreats on most weekends this fall, so please pray for stamina and energy for us during this season. In August and September, we got some … Continue reading
It’s always a tense, hopeful moment. Each year during Chapter Time at the Fall Conference (the time on Saturday night when CNU gathers away from the other students) we spend some time celebrating God’s work in our lives by feasting … Continue reading
This conference, formerly known as 222, is taking place November 12-14 in Hampton, VA. We are in need of scholarship funds for this weekend. Without a scholarship, many students are unable to consider attending InterVarsity events off campus.
If you are an alum who received scholarship funds in the past and would like to give back to the chapter, please consider sponsoring a student to attend area conference. The cost to attend is $60.
There is now an account set up so that you can give directly to CNU InterVarsity scholarships through the national website – all gifts go to CNU students and you will receive a tax-deductible receipt for your gift. Any funds not used in November will be available to students for attending Rockbridge camp in the spring.
222 and Urbana November 20-22 was our annual Eastern VA InterVarsity conference. Each year we see how important the conferences are for our students; they provide a place to get away from the busyness of campus and time to focus … Continue reading
“Wanna play Hillbilly-Horseshoes with us?” One of my favorite parts about campus ministry is how a silly question like that can change lives. As staff workers we hear many stories from our students about how a seemingly meaningless interaction with someone ended … Continue reading