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news from the Radstock network

Serve in Carrigaline Co. Cork Ireland

Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Consider this misison opportunity through the Radstock network: CARRIGALINE CO. CORK IRELAND Carrigaline Baptist is seeking someone to serve in a training capacity. The role will be for 1-2 years and is for those who would like ministry experience in a local church context and considering...

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Serve in Derby UK

Posted by Anthony Adams on

Consider this mission opportunity through the Radstock network. DERBY UK Serve as part of Urban Life - a church community in the city of Derby, England.  Check us out at www.urbanlife.church and watch this video (not made by us!) to get a feel for the...

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"Only God Could Do This"

Posted by Brian Jose on

Brian Jose, Radstock’s Executive Director, shares the following story from Fisnik Zenelaj (pictured below), a church planter in Bosnia: “Dear Friends, I hope you are in the joy of the Lord and I hope to encourage you from this event.  For several months, in the case of the only...

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Tags: healing, miracle, prayer

Iceland Round Table, 9-11 March 2015

Posted by Kara Callaghan on

The next Radstock Round Table will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland 9-11 March 2015. We will highlight the work of Loftsofan, a Radstock member church in Reykjavik.  Pastor Gunnar Gunnarsson and others from the church will share about their experience starting and growing a...

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Tags: iceland round table

Quick Alert: Prayer Please!

Posted by Amy Tyson on

Joe Bubar is representing Radstock at the Moody Bible Institute’s Missions Conference -- happening NOW!   The conference begins today and ends on the 17th of October.  It is an opportunity for Joe to share Radstock’s vision to see local churches connected for...

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Tags: pray

Introducing...

Posted by Amy Tyson on

We are excited to welcome Joe Bubar to the Radstock team! Joe, married to Charlotte, has recently begun as Radstock’s Church Mobilizer in the US. He is retired from being the senior pastor of Grace Bible Church in Arroyo Grande, California, and is currently serving as an interim pastor at...

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Tags: mobilizing churches

Priority Project Update

Posted by Amy Tyson on

One of Radstock's projects is in a region that until recently had no local gospel witness.  It's difficult ground for the gospel, so difficult we can't speak of it openly.  We've dubbed it "Project Samos."   AN UPDATE As political upheavals in the region has prevented our...

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Tags: priority projects, unreached

Breaking News: Mongolia!

Posted by Amy Tyson on

A Mongolian couple (in leadership of their church and a local church planting network), have just joined Radstock!  With them, they bring much potential for church planting across this vast country. This October (yes, next month!), they are planning a ‘month of mission,&rsquo...

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Tags: church planting, prayer, mongolia

Bosnia Round Table - Join Us!

Posted by Brian Jose on

3-5 November in Sarajevo REGISTER HERE.  Bosnia has more than 2 million Muslims, with only about 500 followers of Christ from Muslim backgrounds.  Konjic is a Muslim city about 45 kilometers (30 miles) from Bosnia’s capital, Sarajevo, with no Bosniak (Muslim background)...

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Tags: bosnia, unengaged, round table, church planting

A Muddle into a Morass

Posted by Gareth Davies on

A Radstock commentator shares his latest thoughts on the crisis in Ukraine. The full article can be found here. Please read it to inform your prayers! Donetsk... eastern Ukraine, August 1997... A UK Radstock-affiliated church has a team of nearly 30, mostly young people, serving a...

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Tags: ukraine, crimea, russia

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