David Fowler and his wife Anna work with AFES (Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students) on the Sippy Downs campus of the University of the Sunshine Coast. USC was one of the last of the big universities in Australia to have full-time AFES worker assigned.
The work of AFES is to engage with university students at a critical point in their lives, to introduce them to Jesus. This is done through Bible studies, Bible talks, conferences, prayer meetings, camps and outreach events.
Support the work of AFES of the USC campus by visiting David Fowler's member page on the AFES website.
University of the Sunshine Coast
The University of the Sunshine Coast was established in 1994 in the suburb of Sippy Downs on the Queensland Sunshine Coast. Last year almost 13,500 students were enrolled across more than 100 graduate and undergraduate programs. The university aims to have 20,000 students enrolled by 2020. The student body also represents over 70 different countries, with 2,200 students coming to study from overseas.