One of the undeniable realities of the 21st century is the global phenomena of the Diaspora Peoples – people on the move.
The scale and scope of the Diaspora phenomenon has escalated in recent years and today 3% of the global population lives in countries they were not born. The latest research reveals that around the globe, 200 million people now live and work outside their homeland.
For the past 10 days I had the enormous privilege of being in Cape Town and attending the historical Lausanne Congress III with more than 4500 people from 200 nations. This in itself was an awesome and inspiring experience.
I had the chance of sharing about Mission-Net at the European gathering and as a result had many opportunities to speak with people and some of the country leaders of Estonia, Croatia, Turkey, Denmark, Austria, Germany,Poland, Central Asian countries... At the next congress I am dreaming off having people from all the European countries present.
This story thrills me: A 15-year-old girl goes into a very different culture to live out the gospel of Jesus in a very practical and down to earth way and returns with a heart that wants to work for God even more - very brave, very interesting and very encouraging. Read it here!