The latest news from the EU Graduates Fund


Working hard at God’s grace

One thing that Sydney Uni students know a lot about is that you work hard to get ahead.  They are used to being the best and the brightest and they are used to impressing others - their friends, parents... more

No more boring small groups

At the EU, we love our small group Bible studies, and the thought of being able to lead them in our churches for years to come. For the EU assistant small group leaders (co-leading a first year group with... more

The gospel isn’t just for undergrads

Hidden amongst the 45,000 coursework students at Sydney University is another group that the EU has been ministering to for over a decade now. They number 12,000, and you’ll find them in libraries and... more

Servant-hearted leaders

The EU has a multitude of ways in which to serve! There are areas that many people hear about – Assistant Small Group Leading, Faculty Leading, Specialist Team Leading, Executive... but there are many,... more

The ripe harvest

There are 3,004,832,000 unreached people in the world. Take a moment to visualise three billion people who may have never heard of the name Jesus, and even if some did, they would have no community of... more

Trainer and trainee

As someone undertaking the Howard Guinness Project, I’m in a wonderful position of training students while also being trained and supported myself. As a trainee, for two hours every Monday morning I sit... more

The legacy of Christian community

It is mid morning on a lazy autumn Sunday when we meet outside a cozy corner cafe. Of the six, someone is always, inevitably late. As we sit down to brunch, conversation is easy and eager, unfettered by... more

Are you a global Christian?

Jesus came and said to them, “Go therefore and make disciples” (Matthew 28:19) Would you call yourself a global Christian? Am I global Christian? What does a global Christian look like? And are... more

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