People in Mission

Europe & Middle East

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Across the Middle East and North Africa, many Christians are suffering from persecution, discrimination, displacement, forced conversion to Islam and restrictions on freedom to practise Christianity. They need people […]
Our call has come out of a deep hunger to serve others. For years we thought we were just too ordinary for mission work, but we have learned that […]
Due to Ukraine’s history of communism less than two per cent of the population know Jesus Christ as their personal saviour and 20,000 towns and villages have no evangelical […]
There’s a desperate need to re-imagine the gospel for our western, postmodern culture. Many in the UK are searching for meaning and acknowledge the spiritual as an important aspect […]
Living a life of mission, both locally and globally… This is my passion. But what does this mean? Locally, it means that with my husband Benno, we are part […]
Lebanon is a country with many challenges, including a large influx of refugees from neighbouring countries. The needs therefore are huge, but so are the opportunities to show God’s […]
My role as the JEO leader and director is to contribute my experience and capabilities for the sake of the people we serve. I get involved in each major […]
I live in a part of Egypt where there has been much persecution of Christians. In spite of this, God has given me a passion and a love for […]
God has called me to be the senior pastor of a 150 members church in Constanta, in the eastern part of Romania by the Black Sea. We are focused […]
I am called to serve the local people, the Church and Bethlehem Bible College – to teach, talk about faith and share the love of the Lord. I help […]
Drug addiction has penetrated all groups of Israeli society. Drug addicts lose all their possessions, their families and their health. They become the most vulnerable group of our society, […]
Syrian refugees, who make up a quarter of Lebanon’s population, are some of the most marginalised people in the country. One of their greatest needs is primary level education, […]

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