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Some young graduates who were part of the Christian Fellowship (CF) during their student days, have been meeting in cohort groups since graduating. Let’s hear from some of these groups about what it has been like for them. NUS VCF graduates We...

Some of our Christian Fellowships (CFs) and ministry sections have programmes in place to help final year students prepare for graduation. If your CF does not have one yet, perhaps these can spark off some ideas for ministry among final...

We graduate with eyes full of hope. But how many of us end up going for work through gritted teeth? [caption id="attachment_3433" align="alignright" width="427"] Forming Classmates to Colleagues Circles (C2C) at the session on 28 July on Why must I work?[/caption] On...

Since June 2017, attempts have been made to bridge the young graduates’ ministries of Graduates’ Christian Fellowship (GCF) and FES. In our effort to bring FES and GCF into closer partnership, we created a framework focusing on four key areas: 1....

The old IFES motto of ‘Changing the World, One Student at a Time’ can only hold true, if the convictions established as students endure long and well into the workplace. Just like the student years are formative, there is an...

“Jika semua dombanya telah dibawanya ke luar, ia berjalan di depan mereka dan domba-domba itu mengikuti dia, karena mereka mengenal suaranya.” (Yohanes 10:4) Domba dikenal sebagai binatang yang mudah tersesat, terutama ketika ada selingan (distractions) di sekelilingnya. Tapi kalau domba yang...

The Upper Room is a quarterly prayer meeting organised for students of all FES-affiliated Christian Fellowship (CF) groups, by the FES National Student Council (NSC). The name Upper Room was chosen with reference to the place where the apostles gathered...

For a globalised, cosmopolitan city like Singapore, this question also confronts us. Every year, large chunks of our church budgets are spent in sending long and short-term teams to other countries as an effort to obey Christ’s call to “make...

Why should we open the door to welcome international students? For God’s sake When we read Revelations 5:9, we know that God’s desire is for international worshippers from every tribe, language, people and nation. God loves the foreigners in our midst (see...

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