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International Work

“God has chosen to make known among the nations this mystery, Christ in you, the hope of glory.” Colossians 1:27

International work is such an exciting way to serve in Nottingham. God is bringing thousands of people from other countries to this university, and many of them are eager to make friends and talk about Christianity. Many come from countries where the gospel cannot be openly proclaimed, and many will be in positions of influence in their home nations when they return.

Please keep praying that God will use this work to make Himself known among the nations!

Here are some of the other ways in which you can be involved:

GLOBE CAFE

The best way to be involved in international work is to be a friend to international students. Globe café is a great way to invite people a long to a non threatening environment where they can meet other Christians, have fun, and ask all their questions. People are far more likely to come if they are invited by a friend. So, get inviting!

The café has a team to help run it. If you are interested in joining the team, please email Stephen Johnston.


REASON FOR THE SEASON

There are many ways that you can be involved in Reason for the Season. Start praying now about the event and looking out for people you could invite. We also need people to be involved in the choir and the drama, and on the night we’ll need people to use their Christmas decorating, waitering, ushering and chair-moving talents for the glory of God. After the event we need Christians who are willing to meet up one-to-one with students who want to know more.


MUTUAL MISUNDERSTANDINGS

Mutual Misunderstandings happens once a term, and is run with the Islamic society. Each society gives a 10 minute talk on a specific topic, which is followed by a question time, and discussion groups. It is a brilliant chance to share Jesus with people who are really eager to discuss God and spiritual things.

 

If you would like more information on how to be involved in any of the above, please email Stephen Johnston.