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Director's Blog

Worked on movement tonight

So encouraging seeing God calling people

When we had our outreach to Romania in August, one of the highlights but also most challenging experiences was the visit to the dump outside Cluj, Romania, where the poorest of the poor live on a rubbish mountain. Well, to call this life is an overstatement, as they have nothing but themselves.

We took some time to play with the children, distributed some food and wondered who will be called by God to make a difference there and invest further. Who would sponsor children to go to school so to escape the future life on this dump?

The Mission-Prayer-Net met in Serbia last weekend

Input

A fresh look at "Quiet Times"

I’m not sure how you spend your time with Jesus. Maybe you are the classical type who has a quiet time at the same time every day. You regularly meet with God for half an hour, read your Bible and speak to Jesus. If that is the case, congratulations. Quiet times seem to suit you. Great!

Categories

The situation of kids and youth in Europe today

Evi Rodemann, Director of Mission-Net shares her thoughts on the situation of kids and youth in Europe today (Foreword taken from the youth section of Debbie Meroff's new book "Europe: Restoring Hope"):

Categories

It Isn’t About Going

Eddie Arthur, Director of Wycliffe UK shares his thoughts on the Great Commission:

Everyone knows that the Great Commission says ‘Go into all the world’ or words to that effect.

Actually, it doesn’t.

Questions and Answers

Lukas Minder

Lukas Minder (Switzerland) works with Latin Link in Granada, Nicaragua. He shares about what it means to live a missional lifestyle, how to become a Christian worker, how to find one’s calling and how to prepare for the mission field:

 

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