Evangelical Students > Flinders University, Bedford Park

Evangelical Students

Flinders University > Bedford Park

Website

http://flinders.es.org.au

Campus director

James Krieg
[email protected]

About us

Flinders ES is the longest running student club at Flinders Uni, having started at the Uni's foundation in 1966. Flinders ES is committed to making Jesus known at Flinders. We run weekly Bible Talks, small group Bible studies, ministry training, mentoring, as well as camps and events, all designed to help Christians grow and 'non-Christians' find out more about Jesus.

NEWS & BLOGS

Why Evangelism? (ES Aims, part 1)

Why Evangelism?‘Whoever believes in the Son of God has the testimony in himself. Whoever does not believe God has made him a liar, because he has not believed in the testimony that God has borne concerning his Son. And this is the testimony, that God gave us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. Whoever has the...

Jesus promises suffering to Christians?

'I, John, your brother and partner in the tribulation and the kingdom and the patient endurance that are in Jesus, was on the island called Patmos on account of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus.'(Revelation 1:9)TribulationKingdomPatient enduranceIf someone asked you ‘What does it mean to be a Christian?’ are...

Flinders ES Mission Week 2012

Our theme for Mission Week in 2012 is 'The Pointy End of Truth: Why Jesus had to die'We are planning a number of events includng 3 Bible talks (each repeated 3 times in different locations around the Uni) given by students, a special screening of 'The Passion of the Christ', engaging people on the Plaza, and an...

Why we struggle to accept grace

In 2011 we took a journey through the book of RomansIt's a wonder Paul wasn't stoned for the things he says in this book, as his claim that justification comes by faith completely overturns the centuries old assumption of the Jews that righteousness is accomplished through the Law (Oh, he was stoned? (Acts 14:19)). I...

New Years Resolutions

New Years ResolutionsThe concept of New Years Resolutions (apparently) started with Jonathan Edwards. At age 19 (the same as an average 2nd year uni student!) he wrote 21 resolutions in one sitting, which grew to 70 over the next 2 years. He would read through his list every week. He wrote in an introduction: 'Being...