... the world. How do we react when we encounter those whose beliefs are similar to ours... but not identical? What are our core beliefs, ... from theirs. May God give us all the willingness to learn about others and from others so that we might more effectively share the gospel ...
Major religions: Christianity, traditional beliefs
IFES movement: Union des Groupes Bibliques de Madagascar (UGBM)
... Madagascar is the third largest island in the world. About half of the population is Christian, but many are nominal and traditional ...
... with individual students and understanding their context and beliefs. One person is taking time to read the bible alongside the Koran with students. This helps her to learn about their worldview and understanding of God. As relationships develop, she ...
Official language: French
Major religions: Indigenous beliefs, Islam, Christianity
IFES movement: Groupes Bibliques ... school groups
largest group at the University of Lomé (about 200 students)
small group in the region of Savannah, in the far north ...
... in 1989. Poland is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic. In 2007, about 88% of the population considered themselves Catholic.
ChSA ... or belief systems.
ChSA students are enthusiastic about building personal relationships and sharing the testimony of their ...
... anthem sums up well the attitude to people of different beliefs, including Christianity.
... my continued involvement in the ministry and my excitement about the work.’
Helen’s ministry and vision have been inspired ... challenging schedules;
for students to be passionate about Scripture engagement and courageous in evangelism;
for staff to ...
... the main religion is Christianity, many follow local beliefs in ancestral spirits and some, who claim to be Christians, still ... in organising, in prayer and in raising the necessary funds. About 150 people responded in 2013 by giving their lives to Christ. Students ...
... are at the heart of the movement and they are passionate about sharing the gospel and prayer. However they are also challenged by ...
... background. Freedom of religion gives opportunities to talk about and share God’s kingdom, however ‘tolerance’ and ‘respect’ are highly valued only as long as ideas and beliefs stay within their social borders. About 31% of people claim to be ...
... is the predominant religion, with Protestants making up about a quarter of the population. Many people mix animism and tribal religions with Christian beliefs, and interest in the prosperity gospel is growing.
... of the population are Christian or hold indigenous beliefs.
12 state universities in 10 cities, many ... the country
largest group in the University of Faranah (about 50 members)
smallest group in Kindia (5 members)
GBEEG is a ...
... biblical insights to every area of life.
» To think about: Read the gospel of Mark and look at how Jesus both asks and deals with ... How does he respond to questions? What can we learn from it about reaching out to others who have questions?
dealing with questions ...
Pray that students will be equipped to think biblically about issues they face in daily life.
The new university semester began ... Pray that students will be equipped to think biblically about issues they face in daily life, and be inspired to respond to the needs ...
... to Christ means?
We often hear wonderful stories about the joy of new Christians, and rarely see the suffering that may also ... convince me? Why couldn’t I believe? What should I base my beliefs on?
‘I have always sought truth and good reasons for ...
... where my non-Christian friends were able to share their beliefs without fear of being judged.
‘I came up with an idea to start ... do this for a few reasons. First, for some time when I spoke about Christianity with my friends I was the one who did most of the talking ...