Helping gypsy children in Romania
on 08 Aug 2017
Earlier this summer a joint Agapé Student Life and Global Aid Network project team went to Cluj-Napoca, Romania where they worked alongside local project staff who are focused on changing the future prospects for the next generation of Roma gypsy children living next to the city rubbish dump. Emanuel who was returning with the team for the second time shares his impressions of the project.
More than the beach
By Lauren Dixon
on 27 Jul 2017
As many tourists flocked to the picturesque beaches of Portugal this summer, one group of Agapé Student Life staff and students landed in Lisbon with a different goal in mind. Although they ate plenty...
Living and telling the gospel
By Tim Moyler
on 19 Jul 2017
Early in the summer a group of school leavers in Exeter gathered together for Living and Telling, a two day, practical course about how to 'live and tell' the gospel. Organiser Tim Moyler shares the s...
How do you know when you’ve met ‘the one’?
By Jo Arkell
on 05 Jul 2017
I recently spent some time with some students, they interrogated me on issues surrounding love, relationships, dating and sex. It was the most fun I’ve had in ages. Being with them reminded me that wh...
Post exam outreach in Birmingham
By Becky Deare
on 04 Jul 2017
PETE (Post Exams Training in Evangelism) week is all about helping Christian students learn how to live and tell the good news. This year seven different Christian groups and local churches in Birming...
50 Years. 50 Runners. £50k.
By Lesley Cheesman
on 19 Jun 2017
As part of our 50 year celebrations, we are looking for 50 people to COME HELP CHANGE THE WORLD by running the Great Birmingham Run to raise £50k for Agapé.
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