We asked students what the Philip Project has meant to them.
The Philip Project aims to contribute towards the training of faithful Bible teachers among Christian international students, short-term professionals and church volunteers from all over the world residing in the UK. This is done by seeking to develop both the skills and the character to teach the Scriptures with accuracy, relevance and passion. We presently have Saturday classes meeting once a month in London, Cambridge, Canterbury, Nottingham, Dundee and Southampton.
We have a strategic opportunity to develop the gifts of Christian internationals who are living in the UK. Many go back to their home countries or elsewhere, often where churches may be persecuted or weakened by unbiblical and unhelpful teaching. We believe that the Christian church grows in maturity and in numbers where the Bible is taught with attention given both to its original context and to the real-life situation of the hearers.
For this reason the Philip Project aims to equip Christian internationals who come to study or work in various professions (engineering, IT, medicine etc.) to serve churches through Bible teaching ministries.
We long for evangelical churches to be committed to this Project and to partner with us in:
- Encouraging short term internationals to join the Philip Project
- Mentoring Philip Project students
- Supporting the Philip Project through prayer and by giving (please get in touch to receive news or to find out how to support us)
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Philip Project Co-ordinator
The Philip Project has been a really positive influence for great biblical preaching in Africa. I am delighted to see the benefits of this strategic training being offered more widely and hope that people from every continent will have the chance to participate.
Marcus Honeysett, Director, Living Leadership