Jun
10
12:00 PM12:00

VISION CALL: What's next for InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship?

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Friends! Over the last 6 months, lots has happened and I’d love to tell you about it. Click here to RSVP!

Here are a few highlights:

  • The Book!: “12 Lies that Hold America Captive and the Truth That Sets Us Free”. 13,000 copies are in print to date! (Get yours if you haven’t right here! Or listen on audible.com!)

  • Urbana: 4 Seminars on prayer, intercession, reconciliation and justice and 9 podcasts!

  • Emotionally Healthy Activist: All 8 sessions completed along with 15 quick hit videos that lay out some key tools for discipleship. Preview here!

  • 8 Weeks for RecWeek: Our premiere experiential discipleship program featured 8 weeks of programming including a session on Long Island. Check out a recap here!

  • Podcast Network: We have launched 6 podcast streams with over 7000 downloads of our 75 episodes. Check them out here!

And next year, we are hoping to go deeper so that when we go wider, our staff model lives that point to Jesus and love, beauty, goodness and justice of God.

Towards that end, we want to invite you to consider giving a gift of $250 before June 30th and subscribing to our Patreon at $10/month.

Click here to RSVP for our call and “see” you next week! You will receive details via email.

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Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship @ Overseas Chinese Mission Church

Friends! Click here to RSVP! InterVarsity’s Experiential Discipleship exists to develop leaders with the character and capacity to see change in the world; and commission them to do so. I am deeply grateful to OCM for their partnership and look forward to sharing what happened at RecWeek 2019, about 12 Lies That Hold America Captive, our podcast and resource network, and where IVED is headed next.

RSVP here so that we know you’re coming! There will be some Q & A afterwards so make sure to fill out this form and I’ll fit it in!

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May
14
8:30 PM20:30

VISION CALL: What's next for InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship?

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Friends! Over the last 6 months, lots has happened and I’d love to tell you about it. Click here to RSVP!

Here are a few highlights:

  • The Book!: “12 Lies that Hold America Captive and the Truth That Sets Us Free”. 13,000 copies are in print to date! (Get yours if you haven’t right here! Or listen on audible.com!)

  • Urbana: 4 Seminars on prayer, intercession, reconciliation and justice and 9 podcasts!

  • Emotionally Healthy Activist: All 8 sessions completed along with 15 quick hit videos that lay out some key tools for discipleship. Preview here!

  • 8 Weeks for RecWeek: Our premiere experiential discipleship program featured 8 weeks of programming including a session on Long Island. Check out a recap here!

  • Podcast Network: We have launched 6 podcast streams with over 7000 downloads of our 75 episodes. Check them out here!

And next year, we are hoping to go deeper so that when we go wider, our staff model lives that point to Jesus and love, beauty, goodness and justice of God.

Towards that end, we want to invite you to consider giving a gift of $250 before June 30th and subscribing to our Patreon at $10/month.

Click here to RSVP for our call and “see” you next week!

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May
13
8:00 PM20:00

VISION CALL: What's next for InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship?

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Friends! Over the last 6 months, lots has happened and I’d love to tell you about it. Click here to RSVP!

Here are a few highlights:

  • The Book!: “12 Lies that Hold America Captive and the Truth That Sets Us Free”. 13,000 copies are in print to date! (Get yours if you haven’t right here! Or listen on audible.com!)

  • Urbana: 4 Seminars on prayer, intercession, reconciliation and justice and 9 podcasts!

  • Emotionally Healthy Activist: All 8 sessions completed along with 15 quick hit videos that lay out some key tools for discipleship. Preview here!

  • 8 Weeks for RecWeek: Our premiere experiential discipleship program featured 8 weeks of programming including a session on Long Island. Check out a recap here!

  • Podcast Network: We have launched 6 podcast streams with over 7000 downloads of our 75 episodes. Check them out here!

And next year, we are hoping to go deeper so that when we go wider, our staff model lives that point to Jesus and love, beauty, goodness and justice of God.

Towards that end, we want to invite you to consider giving a gift of $250 before June 30th and subscribing to our Patreon at $10/month.

Click here to RSVP for our call and “see” you next week!

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May
13
12:00 PM12:00

VISION CALL: What's next for InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship?

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Friends! Over the last 6 months, lots has happened and I’d love to tell you about it. Click here to RSVP!

Here are a few highlights:

  • The Book!: “12 Lies that Hold America Captive and the Truth That Sets Us Free”. 13,000 copies are in print to date! (Get yours if you haven’t right here! Or listen on audible.com!)

  • Urbana: 4 Seminars on prayer, intercession, reconciliation and justice and 9 podcasts!

  • Emotionally Healthy Activist: All 8 sessions completed along with 15 quick hit videos that lay out some key tools for discipleship. Preview here!

  • 8 Weeks for RecWeek: Our premiere experiential discipleship program featured 8 weeks of programming including a session on Long Island. Check out a recap here!

  • Podcast Network: We have launched 6 podcast streams with over 7000 downloads of our 75 episodes. Check them out here!

And next year, we are hoping to go deeper so that when we go wider, our staff model lives that point to Jesus and love, beauty, goodness and justice of God.

Towards that end, we want to invite you to consider giving a gift of $250 before June 30th and subscribing to our Patreon at $10/month.

Click here to RSVP for our call and “see” you next week!

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Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 8: Live "Ask Me Anything" Podcast Recording EHA Edition
Apr
26
10:45 AM10:45

Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 8: Live "Ask Me Anything" Podcast Recording EHA Edition

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At Overseas Chinese Mission Church, during the opening session of Emotionally Healthy Activist we covered the 6 components of emotionally healthy activism that emerge out of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as well as their emotionally unhealthy opposites. We will focus on pride, narcissism, and lack of prudence (hurry) as three key components that make our resistance toxic and unhelpful in our world today.

Throughout our course we will be collecting feedback, questions, examples and testimonies. And during this last session in person and via our video recording we will address those questions, share stories and some final guiding principles from our 8 weeks together. You post your questions here throughout the 8-weeks or tweet @IVEDLife.

For access online, please subscribe to our Patreon here and RSVP in person, click here to claim your seat. The cost is $10 and lunch will be served!

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 7: What Do You Really Want and Is That What God Wants? (False Desires)
Apr
19
10:45 AM10:45

Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 7: What Do You Really Want and Is That What God Wants? (False Desires)

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At Overseas Chinese Mission Church, during the opening session of Emotionally Healthy Activist we covered the 6 components of emotionally healthy activism that emerge out of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as well as their emotionally unhealthy opposites. We will focus on pride, narcissism, and lack of prudence (hurry) as three key components that make our resistance toxic and unhelpful in our world today.

After identifying obstacles to growing and learning along with ideas, narratives, experiences and people that may consciously or unconsciously driving our actions and especially our activism in the world, we need to ask two questions. First, what do I want? And second, "what does God want?" 

These questions are important to answer because we can't ask God for what we desire if we don't know what those things are. And Jesus is not a puppet master or slave driver so our desires to matter to Him. Once we identify or have an inkling of what we truly desire, we can bring those things to God who loves us and say with open hands, "God, what do You want?" Thus, our activism flows out of a deep, abiding relationship with God and our success - especially in our resistance work - is bound up with obedience to Our Father.

For access online, please subscribe to our Patreon here and RSVP in person, click here to claim your seat. The cost is $10 and lunch will be served!

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 6: Everyone Is Leaking (Spiritual Runoff)
Apr
12
10:45 AM10:45

Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 6: Everyone Is Leaking (Spiritual Runoff)

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At Overseas Chinese Mission, during the opening session of Emotionally Healthy Activist we covered the 6 components of emotionally healthy activism that emerge out of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as well as their emotionally unhealthy opposites. We will focus on pride, narcissism, and lack of prudence (hurry) as three key components that make our resistance toxic and unhelpful in our world today.

When it rains, materials are often washed off the surface of the ground and taken by the rushing water downhill and if it reaches water, downstream. Runoff can often be toxic and lead to pollution and unintended harm. All of us exist downstream of someone and something. Parents, mentors, and teachers along with something church, culture, school and organization modeled conflict resolution, comfort, goodness, love and justice. And fortunately or unfortunately, we become most like those we follow and exhibit the same patterns as those we spend the most time with. In light of our families, backgrounds and cultures what beautiful and broken things have seeped into the fabric of our lives?

For access online, please subscribe to our Patreon here and RSVP in person, click here to claim your seat. The cost is $10 and lunch will be served!

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 5: "This is How YOU WILL Do Things" (Institutional Enmeshment)
Apr
5
10:45 AM10:45

Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 5: "This is How YOU WILL Do Things" (Institutional Enmeshment)

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At Columbia University, during the opening session of Emotionally Healthy Activist we covered the 6 components of emotionally healthy activism that emerge out of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as well as their emotionally unhealthy opposites. We will focus on pride, narcissism, and lack of prudence (hurry) as three key components that make our resistance toxic and unhelpful in our world today.

"Black people never eat..." or "Women are always..." or "Leftists and Conservatives can't..." are things we often hear explicitly or observe in our families and culture.

It's not just the families that we were born into but the culture and context we grew up in that shape and mold us into who we are as people. And fortunately or unfortunately, consciously or subconsciously, these forces often dictate how we respond when we are hurt, angry, uncomfortable and afraid or if we even acknowledge those feels at all. Let's talk about the assumptions that we have about ourselves and those that society has about us too; and of course, those that we have about others. We do this, not to shame some and uplift others, but to identify those things that keep us and others from loving well. We aim to be ministers of reconciliation and we cannot bring together what we will not admit is broken.

For access online, please subscribe to our Patreon here and RSVP in person, click here to claim your seat. The cost is $10 and lunch will be served!

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 4: "This is How WE Do Things" (Cultural Norms)
Mar
29
10:45 AM10:45

Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 4: "This is How WE Do Things" (Cultural Norms)

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At Columbia University, during the opening session of Emotionally Healthy Activist we covered the 6 components of emotionally healthy activism that emerge out of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as well as their emotionally unhealthy opposites. We will focus on pride, narcissism, and lack of prudence (hurry) as three key components that make our resistance toxic and unhelpful in our world today.

As aforementioned, in Emotionally Healthy Discipleship we often say "Jesus is in your heart but Grandpa is in your bones" and it's worth saying over and over again.  After identifying what are the narratives in your family around comfort, conflict, class and politics - how then were you expected to respond? Let's talk open and honestly about who you were expected to marry, which colleges/universities you were to attend, and who you shouldn't spend too much time with? And consider what God has to say about those things as well. 

For access online, please subscribe to our Patreon here and RSVP in person, click here to claim your seat. The cost is $10 and lunch will be served!

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 3: What Did I Get From My Mom and Dad? Your Genogram & Activism
Mar
22
10:45 AM10:45

Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 3: What Did I Get From My Mom and Dad? Your Genogram & Activism

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At Columbia University, during the opening session of Emotionally Healthy Activist we covered the 6 components of emotionally healthy activism that emerge out of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as well as their emotionally unhealthy opposites. We will focus on pride, narcissism, and lack of prudence (hurry) as three key components that make our resistance toxic and unhelpful in our world today.

At New Life Fellowship, they often say "Jesus is in your heart but Grandpa is in your bones" and I have found that to be profound and true.  If you have ever been to therapy, you know that our parents have a lot to do with how we behave every day.  Their presence or absence shapes us in ways that are conscious and often unconscious - especially when it comes to issues of love and justice. Ask yourself, "How did your family experience comfort? What did they say about those who were poor? LGBTQIA+? or "Black? How did your father talk about women or your mother talk about men? 

Let's get real about the gifts and liabilities so that we might live out more fully the freedom God intends for all of us.

For access online, please subscribe to our Patreon here and RSVP in person, click here to claim your seat. The cost is $10 and lunch will be served!

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 2: Moving From Unconscious Incompetence to Unconscious Competence
Mar
15
10:45 AM10:45

Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 2: Moving From Unconscious Incompetence to Unconscious Competence

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At Columbia University, during the opening session of Emotionally Healthy Activist we covered the 6 components of emotionally healthy activism that emerge out of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as well as their emotionally unhealthy opposites. We will focus on pride, narcissism, and lack of prudence (hurry) as three key components that make our resistance toxic and unhelpful in our world today.

In Part 2, we’ll be looking at the necessary movement from “Unconscious Incompetence to Unconscious Competence”. This is necessary because often we don't know what we don't know and sometimes that can hurt people. Our ignorance and race, class, sexuality, politics, religion, faith and more can lead to unintentional hurt, emotional and physical distance and long lists of misunderstandings that we all are familiar with. So how do we cultivate a posture of curiosity and learning and combat our culture of judgment, condemnation, fear and prejudice? Let's work on it together! 

For access online, please subscribe to our Patreon here and RSVP in person, click here to claim your seat. The cost is $10 and lunch will be served!

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 1: What Is Emotionally Healthy Activism?
Mar
8
10:45 AM10:45

Emotionally Healthy Activist Part 1: What Is Emotionally Healthy Activism?

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At Columbia University, during this opening session of Emotionally Healthy Activist we will cover the 6 components of emotionally healthy activism that emerge out of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality as well as their emotionally unhealthy opposites. We will focus on pride, narcissism, and lack of prudence (hurry) as three key components that make our resistance toxic and unhelpful in our world today.

For access online, please subscribe to our Patreon here and RSVP in person, click here to claim your seat. The cost is $10 and lunch will be served!

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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21-Day Fast and Pray for NY/NJ
Feb
1
to Feb 21

21-Day Fast and Pray for NY/NJ

We want to invite you to fast and pray with us for the next 21 days for university communities in NY/NJ. We are NOT saying that you have to not eat or drink for 21-days, but what we are inviting you into is a time of prayer, intercession and fasting for students, faculty, staff that we all might “come out of Babylon”. Resources are below!

Every day, we are invited to worship other gods like money, power, success and nation. Daily we are invited to root our identities in twisted views of work, class, sexuality, ethnic identity, and nation. As Scott Bessenecker at Urbana 2018 said, “maybe Babylon isn’t out there. Maybe Babylon is in us.” 

And every time we say yes to Jesus, we are choosing to say “no” to the Flesh, the World, and the Devil. When we worship the One True God, we are refusing to bow to empire. We invite you for 21 days to fast and pray with us that revival would come and come first in our hearts and lives that we might be faithful witnesses to the Jesus of scripture, not of our culture, our context or our country. 21 Days is significant because of Daniel’s resistance to the idols of the Babylonian empire and his refusal along with the three Hebrew boys to worship the king instead of God. We long to have the same faithful witness!

TEXT “PRAYFORNYNJ” to 41411 and every day you will be receive a prayer request for our campus and community work in InterVarsity NY/NJ. Our students, staff, and ministry partners will share one prayer request in the morning and one praise report in the evening and you will receive that via text. 

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Resources for Fasting

For some of you reading this message, fasting is a normal part of your spiritual life and brings great joy. For others it may be completely foreign. And for some of you, fasting comes with some baggage from your background that make it unhelpful. InterVarsity’s NY/NJ Holy Discontent Initiative would like to offer some resources to guide our time of prayer and fasting together.

Devotional (Coming soon)

What is the Daniel Fast? (From Liquid Church)

Fasting as Resistance (Excerpt from Foundations of Prayerful Resistance)

Some Wise Words About Fasting (From Desiring God Ministries)

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email sarah.hutchison@intervarsity.org



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Let's Talk About #12Lies @ Columbia University
Jan
24
7:30 PM19:30

Let's Talk About #12Lies @ Columbia University

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Jonathan Walton (CC'08) is a poet, author, activist and Area Ministry Director with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. His new book, "Twelve Lies that Hold America Captive and the Truth that Sets Us Free" is out and he is glad to be back at his alma mater! He will be answering questions about the book as well as giving a preview of his Emotionally Healthy Activist course launching at Columbia this spring.

NOTE: There will be a book signing and books will be $5/students and $8/for non-students.

CLICK HERE TO RSVP!

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URBANOLOGY: Intro to Emotionally Healthy Activist
Jan
19
10:00 AM10:00

URBANOLOGY: Intro to Emotionally Healthy Activist

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InterVarsity NY/NJ works explicitly to develop leaders with the character and capacity to change the world. And over the last 5 years as the fractures of our personal, social and political fabric rise to the surface, we need people more than ever the skills and values to love our neighbors radically and bear witness to Jesus in a way that brings renewal and transformation. We need people with the inner resources to maintain outer activism we are called to. We need people who are responsive to the pain and suffering of others in the world, as well as the joy and delight available too - not just reactive to all that’s happening nearby and worldwide. We need people who are prayerfully resistant, not just passionate and active. We need Emotionally Healthy Activists. And if you believe that or are just starting to ask these kinds of questions, then this workshop is for you!

It is a privilege to partner with Pastor Austin Hedge and the Foundry in Baltimore, MD. Click here to RSVP!

Our time will feature a workshop, Q&A, book signing and lunch to follow.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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IVED Vision Call | Where we are going and how you can help!
Dec
18
8:00 PM20:00

IVED Vision Call | Where we are going and how you can help!

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As you may have seen from our website and social media or heard from me in person, NYCUP is now InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship (IVED). So what exactly does that mean and how can you get involved? Let's Talk about it! Click HERE to RSVP and let’s talk about the GOOD things God is doing and how you might be a part!

Also, if you haven’t filled out our partner survey, click here to do that!

And, as always, if you have any questions, please email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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#12Lies Book Signing at Bird and Branch
Dec
14
4:00 PM16:00

#12Lies Book Signing at Bird and Branch

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We are so excited to give the opportunity for those who have been on this journey for so long to get #12Lies before its even released! Save the date, tell some friends, and come get a book and an amazing cup of coffee at Bird and Branch (359 WEST 45TH STREET btw 8th and 9th. RSVP HERE! For more information about this book, please click here!

“What are people saying about #12Lies?”

"In this prophetically pugilistic book, Jonathan Walton has put into words so much of what troubles me about American Christianity. Like the best and most dangerous of interlocutors, Walton says things I'm not sure I agree with, breaks taboos I've been reluctant to break, and makes me think deeply enough to get uncomfortable. I recommend the discomfort of this book to every American seeking to take Jesus seriously today."

- Gregory Coles, author of Single, Gay, Christian

"In a society in which Christianity and American culture have become intertwined in deeply unbiblical ways, this book is a breath of fresh air. It not only offers a challenging cultural critique but it also offers a constructive vision for how the kingdom of God might look in the American context. I strongly recommend this insightful and timely book."

- Nathan Walton, executive director of Charlottesville Abundant Life Ministries

"I grew up in a Chinese American church that espoused biblical inerrancy, but still I was indoctrinated by white American folk religion and its syncretistic beliefs. Jonathan Walton, like a prophet in the wilderness, speaks God's truth to power and unmasks the idolatrous ways of American Christianity. May we listen, repent, and follow anew Jesus' radical call to pick up our crosses and follow him."

- Russell Jeung, chair and professor of Asian American studies, San Francisco State University, author of At Home in Exile

"What I love and respect about Jonathan is that he is not content to name the lies. Any journalist or pundit could do that. Any self-appointed 'prophet' does that. Jonathan does more. He points past the lies to Jesus—he who is the Truth and the source of truths that can set us all free."

- From the foreword by Greg Jao, author of The Kingdom of God and Your Mind's Mission

"There's no denying that God is upsetting the American expression of Christianity in our time. Jonathan is masterful at jarring us and leading us all the same. It seems that the greatest obstacle to our nation experiencing the kind of peace we've longed for is continuing to believe that everything is okay. We need to cry—deeply and sincerely in order to begin to find the healing and freedom this nation needs. We need sharp and prophetic voices that are prepared to smash us to pieces for our own good. We need to be brought out of the deception of our own darkness and into the marvelous light of God's truth. I'd encourage anyone serious about their spiritual journey to take heed to Jonathan's words."

- Rich Perez, pastor of teaching and vision at Christ Crucified Fellowship, New York City, author of Mi Casa Uptown

"Wounds don't heal if they are infected. In Twelve Lies That Hold America Captive, Jonathan Walton uncovers the idolatrous assumptions and infected lies that get in the way of America and Americans pursuing real change, healing, and shalom. Whatever your ethnic background, this smart, honest, and challenging work will make you examine your own heart and help you sort out the difference between the life-giving gospel of Scripture and the presuppositions of the American dream. If knowing the truth can set us free, there's freedom from idolatry and blindness that's offered in these pages."

- Sarah Shin, author of Beyond Colorblind

"One part history, one part wake-up call, and all parts pastoral, Walton takes us on a transformative journey. Walton applies God's scriptural truth to the artifacts, sayings, and concepts that have formed the American imagination. With helpful historical context, he shows us how we got to where we are—and reveals the lies that we accidentally believe. With a unique combination of prophetic and pastoral, Walton gives practical and helpful tools to extract these lies and replace them with Jesus' truths and promises."

- Nikki Toyama-Szeto, executive director of ESA/The Sider Center, coeditor of God of Justice

"Jonathan has a way with words. Better yet, he has a way with truth—understanding God's multifaceted truth and the truth of our history as a nation. Backed with these truths, a wide swath of compelling experiences, and a thorough belief in grace, Twelve Lies That Hold America Captive builds a compelling case about our dangerous idolatry that cannot be ignored. Whether you lean politically left or right, be prepared to be called out and brought to the transformative call of Jesus."

- Yucan Chiu, director of The Ethnos Network, pastor of Ethnos New Brunswick Staff, graduate and faculty ministries at Rutgers University

"Jonathan Walton has a great gift of speaking the truth in love. In an age when striking this balance is rarely held, he offers us a way forward that doesn't dismiss difficult truths about the United States of America, nor does he simply diagnose the problem without offering us a way forward. To bear witness to Jesus and his kingdom requires us to live in truth without sentimentalizing love. We cannot witness to the kingdom of God and be held captive to lies. Jonathan offers a compelling vision of what we can become, but only if we choose to see and reject the lies we've held."

- Rich Villodas, lead pastor of New Life Fellowship, New York City

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IVED Vision Call | Where we are going and how you can help!
Dec
13
8:00 PM20:00

IVED Vision Call | Where we are going and how you can help!

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As you may have seen from our website and social media or heard from me in person, NYCUP is now InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship (IVED). So what exactly does that mean and how can you get involved? Let's Talk about it! Click HERE to RSVP and let’s talk about the GOOD things God is doing and how you might be a part!

Also, if you haven’t filled out our partner survey, click here to do that!

And, as always, if you have any questions, please email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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IVED Vision Call | Where we are going and how you can help!
Dec
11
8:00 PM20:00

IVED Vision Call | Where we are going and how you can help!

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As you may have seen from our website and social media or heard from me in person, NYCUP is now InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship (IVED). So what exactly does that mean and how can you get involved? Let's Talk about it! Click HERE to RSVP and let’s talk about the GOOD things God is doing and how you might be a part!

Also, if you haven’t filled out our partner survey, click here to do that!

And, as always, if you have any questions, please email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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IVED Vision Call | Where we are going and how you can help!
Nov
27
8:00 PM20:00

IVED Vision Call | Where we are going and how you can help!

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As you may have seen from our website and social media or heard from me in person, NYCUP is now InterVarsity's Experiential Discipleship (IVED). So what exactly does that mean and how can you get involved? Let's Talk about it! Click HERE to RSVP and let’s talk about the GOOD things God is doing and how you might be a part!

Also, if you haven’t filled out our partner survey, click here to do that!

And, as always, if you have any questions, please email jonathan.walton@intervarsity.org.

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