IFES

Students Reaching Students with the Gospel

Guatemala

Churches have grown phenomenally in Latin America but societies battling with poverty, corruption and injustice are largely yet to be transformed by kingdom values. In this context, indigenous IFES movements are reaching students with the gospel and producing godly men and women who will influence their nations for Jesus.

‘Corruption and injustice are the daily bread in our country.’ ‘The university is a place where prejudiced ideas and social stigmas about religion reign.’ With these statements, two Christian students in Guatemala describe the context in which they live. Rather…

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Heirs of the passion

Posted by Ruth Rodas

I was eight years old and I was in the national office of GEU Guatemala. I looked up to the second floor and I said to myself: ‘Only I am allowed to go up to the student residence and the…

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we have also painted an image of Christian students committed to our university, with a history and with a gospel that brings life The murals of the University San Carlos of Guatemala are an artistic and educational resource for the…

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they got to know the main reason why we do what we do: Jesus October 1944 is a date known to all students in Guatemala as the month when years of student protests came to a head. During that month,…

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God is moving in Myanmar This time last year we told you about the start of a new student movement in Myanmar. A staffworker had the chance to visit the country recently and is happy to report: ‘I had a…

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that the risen Christ might be glorified in universities around the world Earlier this week, Daniel Bourdanné (IFES General Secretary) wrote: ‘During my devotion today I was touched by this great word: joy. ‘There are many Scripture passages that speak…

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