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Denisa: “University almost sank me”

9th July 2015
MY life was a boat at university. A frail, wooden boat that slowly undocked from shore. The ocean current then pulled me further and further into a never-ending horizon. I am a child of God. I believe in Him, always have, and always will. I’ve never been one to hide my faith. But is a […]

Just four questions: Joanna Hubbard

19th June 2015

Joanna Hubbard, 21, has just graduated from Oxford Brookes University and is preparing to do an internship with UCCF, an organisation aimed at helping students find Jesus.

How has Jesus changed your life? After trying to prove that I’m a good[...]

‘Fusion’s’ Vision for a Generation

23rd May 2013
“I HAVE freakishly early memories. I remember lying in my cot and seeing my cat looking at me. I’ve found out since then that I must have been only six months old.” One of the first things I find out about Hannah Bowring is her vivid recollections from childhood. “Since then I’ve had a fear […]

Just four questions: Joy Hubbard

10th December 2012

Joy Hubbard, 20, is studying Community Performing Arts at Liverpool Hope University. She answers just four questions.

I’VE HEARD some people refer to university as a three-year-long party; what do you do in between essays? You mean spare time? I don’t have any! But I guess I want to make sure[...]

God’s Surprise Plan for a Student

9th September 2012
JAKE, 22, gave up all ideas of going to university during his second year of college. At RAW (Real and Wild), a youth event run by the Jesus Fellowship, Jake had a powerful experience of God and decided to leave his future in God’s hands. “While my friends at college were crying over personal statements and running around to open days, I wasn’t fussed,” says Jake “I felt at […]

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