Students Reaching Students with the Gospel


The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is a difficult one for Christian ministry. In these Muslim majority countries, heavy restrictions, isolation and fear can lead to Christians feeling that they are, as several Middle Eastern believers have described it, 'the minority of a minority of a minority'. Yet God is at work and there is great courage, freedom and boldness among Christ's followers there.

Caught in conflict

Posted by Penny Vinden

When we last wrote about the situation in Syria, we were greatly encouraged to see how 80 students had grown in their trust in God’s loving care through attending a conference in Lebanon. Since then, the faith of all God’s…

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every time I look at the cross I see God's faithfulness which has no limits In the weeks before Easter, Live Life has challenged us to strip out of our lives the things that distract us from the kind of…

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many people are making friends with neighbours they never knew It started in Tunisia, then Egypt, Algeria, and Yemen: widespread unrest and outspoken opposition of governments continues to have what some are calling 'a domino effect' across the Middle East…

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Praise God for the IFES regional conference in Egypt in September which was attended by 186 students from 10 different countries across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Students were eager to hear testimonies, particularly from believers from North…

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