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We’re Arthur and Tamie Davis, Aussies in Tanzania. For the last three years we’ve been working at St John’s University of Tanzania and are now transitioning to work with the Tanzanian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (TAFES). We’re part of CMS Australia.

We want to see students meet Jesus at uni and take Jesus beyond uni. That’s where the title of the blog comes from.

We each have an MDiv from Ridley Melbourne (Australian College of Theology) and before we worked in university ministry we were secondary school teachers.

This blog is a place for thinking out loud. As we learn about life and ministry in Tanzania and toss around ideas, we hope you’ll join in and learn alongside us.

To connect more with us, see the contact page, our videos, and other stuff in the pop-up menu (top left corner).

Header photo credit: Muhammad Mahdi Karim

3 replies

  1. Perspective or perception.
    It seems today a phenomena, however related to actual missionary work, is that its not enough to hope and seek a cultural democratic change in other societies to accompany the Gospel. The objective seems more about pursuit of a certain kind of Leftist democracy, even here in the US, using the Gospel. (either with or after it is shared) In essence a politicized left-wing liberal democracy encompassing the movement. Maybe it is just my sense of the way the tide has changed, or coming trends. Emphasis now on the rise on that social Gospel.

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