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Catalyst Update

Catalyst (TSCF’s graduates ministry) continues to put down solid foundations. You can read about how we are equipping graduating students; yet Catalyst isn’t just for recent graduates – it’s for every academic, postgraduate and professional who wants to see Jesus glorified and made known in their workplace.

Academics groups at Victoria, Massey, Lincoln and Canterbury

Small groups of academics met in September and October at Victoria and Massey Universities and will be meeting in December at Lincoln and Canterbury Universities to continue exploring the establishment of Catalyst Academic groups on their campuses. The groups aim to encourage the integration of Christian faith into academic life, and to support and equip all university and tertiary staff to be true witnesses and deep thinkers, and to live undivided lives with a passion for God's global mission.

First Graduates group in Wellington

The first Catalyst graduate group has been launched in Wellington. A small team of recent graduates, led by Elaine Vun (Wellington Ministry Intern) and Edwin Tan (a TSCF graduate and an accountant with Deloittes) met for the first time at the end of October. The meeting was a great success with around twenty people attending. Graduates spoke of their passion to keep living out the values of True Witness, Deep Thought, Undivided Life and Global Reach in their workplaces. One graduate who attended said, ‘I've really enjoyed meeting with others and hearing their stories of how God can be honoured in their careers’. Edwin Tan said, ‘The group will be meeting every six weeks, and in-between we hope to encourage graduates to establish their own industry-specific Catalyst groups’.

Posted by Rachel Turner on 04/12/2009