Author: InterVarsity Press

InterVarsity Press serves those in the university, the church, and the world by publishing resources that equip and encourage people to follow Jesus as Savior and Lord in all of life. As an extension of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA, IVP’s books are deeply biblical and profoundly practical, engaging our cultural context with books on apologetics, justice, spiritual formation, evangelism, cultural critique, church leadership, and a wide array of academic disciplines. Learn more at ivpress.com.
#LentTogether: Men and Women in Community

#LentTogether: Men and Women in Community

Taken from “Life Together in Christ” by Ruth Haley Barton for the #LentTogether Blog Series “Moreover, some women of our group astounded us. They were at the tomb early this morning, and when they did not find his body there, they came back and told us that they had indeed seen a vision of angels …

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#LentTogether: Too Close to Touch

#LentTogether: Too Close to Touch

Guest Post by Marty Schoenleber III  for the #LentTogether Blog Series on Behind the Books When I was in junior in high school, the worship director at my church covered my torso in dental cement. I grew up in the church. My father was a pastor, and moreover, one known for “having big vision.” He …

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#LentTogether: Finding Jesus in Silence

#LentTogether: Finding Jesus in Silence

Guest Post by Emery Silva  for the #LentTogether Blog Series on Behind the Books After another hectic morning in which the kids left crumbs on the table, papers scattered on the floor, and the adrenaline of almost missing the bus, I grabbed my phone, eager to connect with a friend and regain some sanity on …

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#LentTogether: Entering the Fertile Void

#LentTogether: Entering the Fertile Void

Guest Post by David and Beth Booram  for the #LentTogether Blog Series on Behind the Books It was the first Good Friday since our world blew up. Our lives were literally turned upside down and seemingly everything that mattered was shaken up and emptied out: our community, vocation, friends, identity, innocence, security—gone.  As we sat …

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Five Ways Evangelicals Can Save Evangelicalism

Five Ways Evangelicals Can Save Evangelicalism

Editor’s Note: Books come to life in all manner of ways. Read on to discover a pivotal moment that animated Lisa Sharon Harper‘s contribution in the new book Still Evangelical?, which releases this week. I sat on the stage during the final panel discussion of the Justice Conference 2017. I wasn’t supposed to be there; …

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