2016-17 Annual Ministry Report – OVERVIEW
God has been at work in incredible ways through InterVarsity on campus, at our nine camps and through multiple retreats, partnerships and short-term mission trips. To celebrate this, starting January 1st and continuing monthly, we’ll be sharing a story on our website and social media channels.
We’re also providing a set of specially designed calendars for mobile devices and computers. Simply click on the Downloads button above to access your calendar. We hope it will serve as a reminder to pray for children, youth and young adults in Canada and the world.
In the meantime, we don’t want you to have to wait until January to see how God has been meeting young people on campus and at camp. Below you’ll find an overview of the stories to come as well as statistical snapshots of our ministry.
As Brandon began to follow Jesus, he gained the courage to bring a word of encouragement to 100 students at an InterVarsity Undergraduate KCF (Korean Christian Fellowship) retreat.
Cindy gives a youth pastor’s perspective on Radiate, an annual winter retreat at InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Ontario that has an unusual twist.
Walk through Toronto with Priscilla, a high school student from Nova Scotia whose participation in the annual March Break Mission trip changed her perspective on studying architecture.
The Rev. Dr. Brett Cane paints a picture of InterVarsity at McGill in the 1960s and how it has shaped his journey with Jesus since.
Spending a week immersed in the life of Jesus inspired Elisha, a student at the University of Manitoba, to spend her summer at camp.
Nina shares what she learned as a first-time cabin leader at InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Pacific.
Twelve-year-old Tristan discovered he was capable of more than he thought when he spent a week at InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Alberta.
Journey with Sara, a Syrian student who recently relocated to Canada and took part in a short-term mission this summer.
Becoming part of InterVarsity at McGill University reignited faith for Gabriel, an international student from Hong Kong.
21-year-old Leon experienced at attitude shift when he joined the Leadership Experience and Discipleship program (LEAD).
Ten-year-old Shyla tells you what’s great about camp—we’ll give you a hint: it wears a saddle!
Patrick, a student at University of New Brunswick, had a casual approach to faith until he attended Urbana 15.