IFES

Students Reaching Students with the Gospel

Peru

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.

From 17-28 March I had the privilege of leaving my place of retirement in Valencia Spain to visit my home country Peru. AGEUP Peru was celebrating its first 50 years as an IFES movement. These twelve days in my country…

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Earth Day, celebrated on 22 April, is a time to demonstrate concern for the protection of the environment. But beyond a mere acknowledgement that we care, what are we actually doing to make a difference? Should we, as Christians, be…

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we want graduates to serve the church and society in integral mission with the perspective of the kingdom of God Puerto Maldonado is a growing frontier town in the southeast corner of Peru. Located in one of the least populated…

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During their long summer holiday, two teams of students from IFES Ireland went to Peru to work alongside AGEUP, the student movement. Paul from University College Dublin writes: "There were eight of us from Ireland, north and south, who went…

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AGEUP students helping a poor community in practical waysPassion shines from the eyes of Peruvian General Secretary, Juan Inocencio, as he explains how AGEUP, the student movement in Peru, seeks to be salt and light in a society where social…

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Please join us in praying for our brothers and sisters in parts of the world affected by recent natural disasters: the floods in South Asia, the earthquake in Peru, and Hurricane Dean across the Caribbean and Central America. Pray for…

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