The Learn '17 Campaign

Learn to Be an Effective Ambassador for Christ

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is essential and good news for the campus.

It’s particularly good news as our campuses confront racial hatred and racist ideologies, as the University of Virginia did on August 11th.

If you’re in one of InterVarsity’s over 1,000 chapters of diverse students and faculty across the U.S., you have an opportunity to practice being a courageous and compassionate community of Christ-followers.

The Gospel reminds us that Jesus triumphed over evil. Racism has political, economic, social, and personal expressions. While laws may restrain it and education may denounce it, only the Gospel can change the hearts that harbor it. The Gospel treats the disease, not just the symptoms.

I’m praying for you in this season.

Tom Lin

Tom Lin
President, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA

Watch Tom Lin's video statement.

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