It happened again. An Intervarsity Christian Fellowship chapter is suspended from another campus. This time it happened at New York's University at Buffalo.
Vice President of Intervarsity Jim Lundgren says the suspension has been a couple of months in the making. "A few months ago, a student leader in the InterVarsity chapter came to the InterVarsity staff there and to a couple of the student leaders in the chapter, and confessed that he was in a same-sex relationship with another student and that he was inclined to continue that relationship and did not believe it was a sin."
In the process of the conversation he asked the leadership what he should do. Lundren says, "The student and the staff worker recommended that he step down from leadership, which he did."...
IV and CCC run fairly fluid campus ministries. Most of their leaders are unpaid, unordained, and as long as they show up with a willingness to lead a Bible study -- especially males -- they're golden. If the on-campus LGBT club sends in a mole, these ministries will never know until they're accused of "firing" the homosexual and then that ministry is kicked off campus. This will become the norm.