How God is using one couple to bring hope
on 20 Aug 2018
Negin grew up in a Muslim family in Iran. Her father died when she was thirteen. She was lonely and life was hard. At twenty-seven she left everything and everyone she knew and moved to Germany to follow the plan of her arranged marriage. After two months of married life, her husband left.
Sun, sea and seeing God at work
By Rachel Wears
on 07 Aug 2018
Lisbon, Portugal’s capital city, is known for its beauty, its history, and its incredible seafood. It is also home to some 150,000 students who study at 21 campuses across the city, and this summer, a...
Not here for football
By Miriam Westfall
on 02 Aug 2018
“Are you here for the World Cup?” This was the question we were asked whilst we were in St. Petersburg. Our question was different, “How are we going to connect students with the gospel in meaningful ...
GAiN in Switzerland
By Sarah Patel
on 27 Jul 2018
This summer the UK director of Agapé’s humanitarian partner Global Aid Network (GAiN), attended the Agapé Europe family gathering. Sarah Patel shares her experience of meeting with other GAiN leaders ...
Coming soon to 'A Day Together' near you…
By Jo Arkell
on 12 Jul 2018
Twenty three of us gathered in Birmingham for the Agapé Family Life Facilitators Training. This was a weekend dedicated to training new volunteers on how to present and facilitate material at ‘A Day T...
Building more than bridges
By Mary Kimbrell
on 28 Jun 2018
A team of American students recently visited Belfast as part of a short-term mission project, working alongside the local Agapé Student Life team. Mary Kimbrell, one of the project participants, share...
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