My experience at InterVarsity Fall Conference

Last weekend was the Baltimore/Western MD InterVarsity conference, which hosts nine schools including UMBC, Peabody, McDaniel, Goucher, Hood, Loyola, MICA, Towson, and Johns Hopkins.

Every conference is a blast and I always take something special away from it. But this year’s fall conference was especially meaningful for me.

Our speaker was Michael Koh, a native of Malaysia and a current resident of Pasadena, California. His testimony was so special to me because it is very similar to mine. He grew up in the church, and he always felt especially chosen to not be chosen.


Reflection on my new Women’s Small Group

Last night, I held my second study for the small group I am leading here at Hood College. I am leading an amazing group of young ladies, and we are working through the book “Captivating” by Stasi and John Eldredge.

The story to how we got to this point I think is amazing and shows just how cool God is when he moves.

This summer, I was really feeling called to start a Bible study at Hood College. I am the Vice President of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and that group also holds a general Bible study.

But God was telling me I was going to be leading a small group. I wasn’t sure what kind of students would be in it or what book we would be doing, just that this was going to happen.