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Making the most of your time as a student

This book is about being a student.
It is a time of change and independence; a time of new experiences, studying and decision-making. What about Freshers’ Week? What about friends? What about societies? Here you will find practical guidelines to encourage you to live for Christ as a student.

This book is also about church. It’s easy to think this is a time when church doesn’t matter so much and wonder, ‘Why should I fit church into my student life? How do I fit church into my student life?’ Here we see that the church is the place where we are taught, nurtured, and loved – it’s where we should belong, even as a student.

However you feel about starting uni, this book will encourage you to make the most of your time there.

Commendations

'A super little book that brilliantly captures the opportunities and pitfalls that present themselves to every prospective Christian student. Packed full of insight, encouragement and helpful tips that urges the reader to make the church a priority of university experience. We’ll be recommending freshers next year to make this the first book on their reading list!'

Ian Lancaster, UK Team Leader, Christians In Sport

'University is both a season of great opportunity and grave obstacles for Christians. In this book Lois deals biblically and practically with both, and helpfully reminds us that the local church is the place for us all to grow in our faith and obedience to Jesus. I wish I’d read a book like this before heading off to university and I recommend you give this book to anyone you know who’s soon to be leaving home for student life.'

Jamie Southcombe, Pastor, Grace Church Guildford

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