Posted on: 14th February 2018
Caroline Evenden serves in Toulouse, France, where she is the south-west regional coordinator for the Groupes Bibliques Universitaires de France (GBU). The GBU is the IFES-affiliated evangelical student movement in France. Caroline shares how GBU groups around the country are using drama to bring the story of Jesus to their gospel-poor nation. The Mark Drama, […]
Posted on: 29th January 2018
Keith and Marion Birchley disciple university students in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (PNG). In a context where many Christians have little deep understanding of the Scriptures, they are using the COMA method to help students grow in their faith and understanding of God through Bible reading. When we first came to work with the […]
Posted on: 28th August 2017
CMS missionary Claire Livingstone (serving with Andrew in Switzerland) began to meet with Aline to read Mark’s gospel. Aline was provoked to find out more by the death of her grandmother, who had a strong faith in God. Read Aline’s story and discover how she has become ready to share the peace she received with others.
Posted on: 1st August 2017
Every year at about this time Christian groups from campuses around Australia run conferences where the Bible is taught and the challenge of the gospel is put to hundreds and even thousands of students around the country. Gordon Cheng visited some of these conferences and reports here on the CMS presence at Sydney University’s Ancon.
Posted on: 17th April 2017
The Tanzanian student ministry TAFES is gospel-focused and equipped with capable leaders. So, what need could there possibly be for a couple of Aussie missionaries? Arthur and Tamie Davis explain the role they play in helping to foster the vision and work of TAFES.
Posted on: 13th September 2016
While many Fijian students call themselves Christians, Bible reading is often not part of their daily life. CMS worker Tony Wright shares the impact that studying God’s word has made to three Fijian students.
Posted on: 14th August 2016
In Japan, one of the most gospel-poor areas in the world, Kellie Nicholas is supporting the faith of university students through the Christian student movement Kirisutosha Gakusei Kai (KGK). Kellie tells how the word of God has impacted on the faith of one young believer.
Posted on: 21st July 2015
Arthur and Tamie Davis (with Elliot) have been serving in Dodoma, working at St John’s University of Tanzania. At SJUT, Arthur and Tamie partnered with student leaders in the Christian group to pursue unity in Christ and a faith that shapes life far beyond university. Now, Arthur and Tamie are preparing to move to Dar es Salaam to take up a role with TAFES, the Tanzanian Christian student movement, which will allow them to work with students across many different campuses. They share more about their decision here.
Posted on: 12th June 2015
Libby Leach has been working with the GBU in France for the past 19 years. Here she shares insights into how they aim to equip and train students to have a Christian worldview and be lifelong followers of Jesus.
Posted on: 8th May 2015
Imagine experiencing the joy of coming to Christ while studying overseas and when you return to home after graduating, your family no longer understands you and your new faith? C* is a worker in East Asia who partners with CMS. She writes about the importance of her work with students returning home to their country after studying overseas and the challenges of reverse culture shock.