IFES

Students Reaching Students with the Gospel

Mexico

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.

we are often either deaf or indifferent to the realities of our society, or without hope in our contexts In a recent blog, Alejandra Ortiz, staff worker with Compa Mexico, reflects on what it meant to her when she felt…

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Stomping, sweating and camping in Malaysia What are students in FES Malaysia doing this summer? STOMP (Students Together On Mission Partnership) will send one team to Mauritius and another to East Timor for the first time. SWEAT (Social Work Exposure…

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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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Today I can say, with much peace and joy, that God has confirmed my calling to serve him in student ministry‘As staff workers, we must not only create and support followers of Jesus, but make disciples of Jesus: disciples who…

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enjoy your work. Do it as well as you can. Surely your colleagues need a Christian friend! Do not chase success, chase Jesus. Family comes before work.Francisco Astorga is a professor of Physics at a university in Mexico. We talked…

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Jesus walks with us in these violence-tinged streets and in classrooms where students are preparing to be leaders in their respective sectorsThis week I share with you some reflections by Alejandra, a staff worker in northern Mexico. She lives in…

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