We are committed to the good news of Jesus Christ as revealed in the whole Bible, which is the Word of God, the truth that charts the way to life and directs our conduct.
Our Fellowship, as part of the universal Church, exists to provide a united witness for Christ on campus. We are committed to serve the local churches by training and equipping students and graduates for service.
We are committed to student initiative, responsibility and leadership as part of our ethos in developing future leaders.
We are committed to celebrating the diversity of different denominations and churches. This is done on the basis of their subscription to the doctrinal basis of the Fellowship and their commitment to the aims of the Fellowship.
We are committed to the wholistic development of a person, working towards maturity and Christ-likeness.
* Formación: growing deeper in the understanding and practice of the Lordship of Christ in all areas of life.
We are committed to the good news of Jesus Christ by demonstrating the integration of faith and life. We communicate this creatively and clearly in word, in action, and through relationships – within and across cultures and geographical boundaries.
The great strength of a lFES-linked student movement [like FES], is that it enables people to cross denominational, national and racial boundaries because of its primary commitment to biblical truth.
Oliver Barclay (second General Secretary of IVF and later, UCCF, the UK student movement)
FES maintains and upholds the fundamental truths of the Christian faith including: