The movement was started in Curaçao by a team of missionaries from Venezuela who were with Campus Crusade for Christ international. They came and launched a ministry at The University of Netherland Antilles. The students were so happy to receive such help that they started having Bible studies on Tuesdays and on Thursdays, workshops were conducted. In the long run, after these missionaries left, the movement had ups and downs, which resulted from the graduation of students and the absence of staff coaching. When the student leaders left, the movement was restarted again and again. In 2009, Campus Crusade for Christ Suriname, known as Agape Leadership Development, came with a team and discovered the Christian student movement, called Campus for Christ, which was on that university.