The FES Story Project
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

The Fellowship of Evangelical Students (FES) will be celebrating its 60th Anniversary in 2019. As we look forward to celebrating 60 years of God’s goodness, we are also trying to look back to remember and document how God’s grace has sustained this ministry and impacted the lives and discipleship journeys of our graduates.

As such, FES has started the FES Story Project that aims to remember, document and reflect upon the history of FES, and how God has used this ministry for His purposes. We believe that this story will be of great benefit to future generations of Christian students, FES ministry workers and partners, as well as the general church in Singapore.

We welcome you to join us in this project by sharing with us your own memories and stories from your student ministry days! In your story, do also tell us how your involvement in an FES-affiliated student ministry has helped you grow in discipleship and equipped you to be salt and light in campus and society.

Do use the Google form below to share your story with us, and please leave us your contact details if you are open to having us follow up with you to find out more about your experiences with student ministry.

In His grace,

Lisman Komaladi
General Secretary, FES

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Years in Ministry *
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What in your experience were the main challenges to student witness on campus during your years in the Christian Fellowship?
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Do you feel Christian witnessing during your student days was quite different from the way the Christian community in general bears witness today?
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What lessons did you learn in your student ministry days that have helped you in your discipleship journey as a graduate?
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Share with us your most memorable experience in student ministry:
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