简介 | Introduction

异象


       在中国学人中为主预备及栽培合神使用的工人。

        近数十年来,北美成为中国精英学子的会集之地。他们大多未曾听闻福音,却在寻找真理。他们将成为一批影响中国的人材。

        校园福音团契,就是要从校园中接触他们。传福音,领他们成为主的门徒,更成为将来神能使用之工人。



事工 

     由于中国尖端知识水准的学人与美国教会人士间有文化及社会的不同,我们的作法也是多元的。校园福音团契兼顾了知识、文化、情感及灵性的层面,我们的活动包括了个人布道、周间的聚会、生活上的互助、门徒训练及特别活动。每一年并举行一次秋令福音营。

     周间的聚会与一般性的基督徒聚会所不同的是福音的预工,在查考圣经和讨论神学理论之中,我们强调不要以宗教术语妨碍了福音的广传,并介绍一些背景知识,部分的讲题包括:科学与信仰、进化论、文化、历史、社会问题及个人的价值与探索。

     这一个校园福音组织吸引了一些对教会及基督教有成见的人士。我们盼望能成为一个桥樑,帮助他们逐渐的进入教会,成为神的教会中有用的工人。
 

Our vision

Preparing future workers for Christ from among the Chinese students.

In recent decades, North America has seen a flood of top-notched students, post-doctorates, and scholars from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, as well as other southeast Asian countries. They are the best in their fields, and will be future leaders after they finish their studies whether they remain here or return home. Most of them have never had any exposure to the Gospel. Many have grown up in an atheistic society, where Christianity has been regarded as the opiate of the oppressed.

The vision of Campus Evangelistic Fellowship (CEF) is to reach out to these Chinese students on campus. Our goal is to love, care for, share the gospel with, and ultimately disciple them to be future Christian leaders.











The ministry

Because the cultural and social backgrounds of these highly intelligent students are quite different from those of most churched people in the United States, our approach is multifaceted in nature. CEF attempts to address the intellectual cultural, emotional, as well as the spiritual dimensions of their lives. The diverse ministries we offer include personal evangelism, regular weekly meetings, personal support, discipleship, special activities on each campus, and an annual combined fall retreat/gospel camp.

The programs of our weekly meetings differ from the traditional Christian fellowship in that we approach subject matters from a "pre-evangelical" viewpoint. While studying the Bible, and discussing theology we address the underlying issues without being hindered by obscuring, Christian jargon. Some of the topics we cover in our lectures and discussion sessions include: science vs. faith, evolution, civilizations, history, social issues and personal values and struggles.

This is an on-campus ministry, reaching out to people who may have a distaste for, or misconception about churches and Christianity. We seek to be bridges of understanding and to rectify misunderstandings, easing the transition of students to be fruitful members of local churches.