“In the years that CFers spend on campus, being involved in variousministries, NTU-CF hopes that all her members will embrace the vision for themselves as Christ‟s ambassadors on earth. Through this, it is hoped that members will graduate from the university with a firm grip of the Bible as the foundation of their thinking and decision-making, having grown deeper in their understanding of God‟s Word, having grown closer to God, praying more fervently and selflessly, able to share their faith with friends and strangers, able to disciple young Christians, able to defend their faith in the face of opposition and being involved in missions.”
It has three main language groups, the English Christian Fellowship (ECF), the Chinese Christian Fellowship (CCF), and the Indonesian-Speaking Christian Fellowship (ISCF).
English Christian Fellowship
Chinese Christian Fellowship
Hi there! We are from the Chinese Section of NTU Christian Fellowship.
Our theme for AY2011/12 is “Be faithful to God and Living out Christ”. Our theme verse is: “But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be givento you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.Each day has enough trouble of its own.” Matthew 6:33-34
Seeking first God’s kingdom and His righteousness implies putting God first in our lives –turning to Him immediately when we are in need, letting His will consume our thoughts,following His example and submitting to Him in all things. What is of true importance to you today? People, things, goals and other desires all compete to take the first place in our lives each day, and if we do not make a conscious commitment to put God first, any of these things could easily take the place of God in our hearts.
Planning for tomorrow is an effective use of time; worrying about tomorrow, on the other hand, wastes time. To plan wisely is to carefully think through and evaluate our goals, steps and progress in advance, leaning on God’s guidance as we do so. Planning well helps us to reduce our anxieties. People who worry often, however, tend to find themselves fearful and find it difficult to trust in God – they allow their worries about tomorrow to affect theirrelationship with God today.
In a society that values monetary gain and power, how can we seek first God’s kingdom and righteousness? In the midst of our busy academic schedules, are we allowing our faith and passion for God to be quenched by the worries and anxieties of each day? As God’s salt and light on campus, let us together be faithful to God and live out Christ, being shining testimonies for Him!
Indonesian-Speaking Christian Fellowship