Welcome To The WIN Hub

Where There’s Everyone & Everything ISM, Globally.

<a href="https://thewinhub.org/boiler-room/">BOILER <br>ROOM</a>

Praise Reports

Prayer Requests

Operation World link

Joshua Project link

<a href="https://thewinhub.org/control-tower/">CONTROL TOWER</a>

Contact/ Communication


<a href="https://thewinhub.org/airstrip/">AIR STRIP</a>

Student Links & Transitions (Pre, Intra & Post Academic)

<a href="https://thewinhub.org/labs/">LABS</a>



Share best practices

Communities of practice

<a href="https://thewinhub.org/tool-shed/">TOOLSHED</a>





<a href="https://thewinhub.org/gym/">GYM</a>



Lausanne Global Classroom

Every International

Look at the Fields

<a href="https://thewinhub.org/water-cooler/">WATER COOLER</a>
News & Chit Chat
<a href="http://thewinhub.org/treasury/">TREASURY</a>



The most strategic way to reach tomorrow’s world changers.

~ Leiton Chinn

The Worldwide International Student Ministry Network (WIN) is a Lausanne issue network that seeks to connect global ISM influencers and ideas, catalyse the ISM movement and support ISMs globally, as participants in God’s global mission.

Our vision is that EVERY international student and scholar from EVERY nation in EVERY nation will have the opportunity to encounter the Gospel and become a catalyst for the Gospel for every person, disciple-making churches for every people and place, Christ-like leaders for every church and sector, and Kingdom impact in every sphere of society.

We engage in ISM because international students and scholars represent both a current missional opportunity as well as the future leadership of the world. It is one of the greatest opportunities and strategies for global mission.

There are several reasons to engage in ISM. International students are:

Stephen pastors a church and leads a campus ministry in Australia, and also serves as global catalyst with International Student Ministries Canada (ISMC). Previously, Stephen studied forestry at the University of British Columbia in Canada before spending two years doing campus ministry in Panama. Upon returning to Canada to pursue a master’s degree from the Association of Canadian Theological Schools, he began ministry among international students both through his local church and ISMC. Stephen is married to Rebecca and together they have three children.

    Stephen Scott

    Catalyst for International Student Ministry

    Yaw Perbi is a physician and pastor, as well as president of International Student Ministries Canada. He is the founder and global CEO of The HuD Group, with operations in two dozen countries. He has practiced medicine both in his home country, Ghana, and with the United Nations in Côte d’Ivoire. Dr Perbi’s 15 books include the Amazon bestseller, Thinking Outside the Window. He’s spoken in 45 countries on five continents and is a Lausanne Movement catalyst for international student ministry. He currently resides in Montreal, Canada, with his wife Anyele and seven children.

      Yaw Perbi

      Catalyst for International Student Ministry Cadana

      Francina de Pater is the national director of the international student ministry department of IFES Netherlands and the international student ministry coordinator for the regional team of IFES Europe. Francina graduated from the Agricultural University in Wageningen, where she met her husband Arie. While she was working in research and getting her PhD in medicine from the University of Amsterdam, she began to volunteer with a ministry reaching out to Spanish-speaking prostitutes. It was then she felt called to leave her academic career to pursue ministry full-time. Apart from her roles with IFES, she also has her own coaching and counselling practice, and enjoys being involved in her local church leading a ministry that reaches out to the many tourists that visit their church each year. She and her husband also helped plant an international church in Gouda, Netherlands, through which they have connected to many refugees and other internationals from around the world. Francina and Arie live in Gouda and have three children, Iris, Nathan, and Micha.

        Francina de Pater

        Catalyst for International Student Ministry