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Children and Youth
Online Partners Event: Tuesday 20th April 8-9pm
It’s a great chance to hear about how the term has gone.
We’d so value having you there.
We’ll be setting up breakout rooms for prayer by matric year (with options for our non-alumni partners too) which will stay open once the event has officially finished so feel free to use it as a reunion opportunity.
It is of course free.
He is the one we proclaim, admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone fully mature in Christ.
Colossians 1:28 NIV
The Jesus Lane Trust was set up in 1985 and finances gospel ministry among university students and young people at St Andrew the Great. It currently funds five student workers and four church apprentices.
The student workers have a vital role in this as they follow up individuals, read the Bible one-to-one with freshers, train Bible study leaders, support evangelism in the colleges and teach God’s word in our weekly student lunches and Bible study groups. Our church apprentices both participate in this ministry and work hard to facilitate it.
Since the previous appeal in 2012, about 70 students have gone directly to apprenticeships, and some of these, along with others, have gone on to long-term paid gospel ministry. Hundreds more have left Cambridge to get involved in local churches all over the world.
There is a great work to be done here in Cambridge, serving the students and young people as they grow to maturity in Christ, and raising up the next generation of gospel workers. Students themselves cannot afford to cover the cost of the time and care invested in them. They also need your prayer.
We are seeking to raise funds and prayer support to continue our work of Bible teaching, training and pastoral care. Would you consider supporting this ministry at St Andrew the Great?
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Take a look at some of the people who have been supported by the JLT in recent years