MINISTRY PARTNERS

Global Scholars Canada is Global Scholars’ closest partner. Our organizations work together on many levels, but mainly through our mutual support for the Society of Christian Scholars. The vision of Global Scholars Canada is to be Missional Christian academics redemptively influencing students and colleagues, departments and disciplines, at every university worldwide.
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The Consortium of Christian Study Centers exists to advance the growth and effectiveness of Christian Study Centers at colleges and universities around the world. Study Centers have as a common aim the integration of Christian faith and learning with life. In all of their work, they take seriously the nurturing of Christian faith in the context of the contemporary university and the current academic scene.
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FOCUS Kenya is an umbrella body linking and networking Christian unions from different universities and colleges in Kenya. Its mission is to reach and equip students in institutions of higher learning and associates for effective Christian living.
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Graduate and Faculty Ministries encourage and equip graduate students and faculty to follow Christ as they seek to be a redeeming influence among the people, ideas, and structures of the university and professions. IV GFM’s primary strategy is to plant and grow witnessing communities of serious disciples within the vocational context of the campus. The staff of Graduate and Faculty Ministries serves on campuses to guide these communities and to provide resources for students and faculty as they seek to follow Christ.
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The Comenius Institute in Prague (KIP) exists to seek, support, and connect people integrating the Christian faith and education in the twenty-first century, following the example of J. A. Comenius (1592-1670), a Czech educator, theologian, and educational philosopher. The mission of KIP is to focus on academic mentoring and support of Christian academics.
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Crossworld is a missionary organization that has been in existence since 1931 and now has 350 international staff members worldwide. “There’s a better way,” the conviction that we must rediscover the explosive power of Jesus’ mandate: make disciples who make disciples. It’s also an appeal to unleash the potential of the whole body of Christ by engaging all professions, such as higher education. But it’s not just about a better way to do missions in a changing world. It’s also about a better way to do life in a dying world. The better way is life in Jesus, life to the full, life as it was meant to be.
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The International Network for Christian Higher Education (INCHE) is a global organization of individuals and institutions connected with the shared goal of serving Jesus as Lord. They do this by fostering the development of Christian higher education worldwide. This is achieved by sharing information and research, equipping others with training and scholarship, and cultivating enduring relationships through networking and mutual exchange.
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The Simeon Network is a ministry of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES). It is an academic community committed to knowing God through his son the Lord Jesus Christ and making him known at our universities and around the world. It is also researchers and support personnel who are committed to truth and the discovering of truth about God’s creation, in which we have all been placed. “You could say we are an academic community with truth on our minds and Jesus on our lips!”
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SIM is an international mission organization with more than 4,000 workers serving in more than 70 countries. SIM members serve God among many diverse people groups in every continent. SIM International is multi-ethnic, multi-skilled teams living out the gospel in heart, word, and deed. These teams bring the good news to communities, including the university, where Jesus Christ is least known through missions.
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