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Europe’s Backdoor for Drugs, Sex Trafficking, Jihadism—and the Gospel

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Posted by Brian Jose on

Brian Jose, Radstock's Executive Director, writes on Albania - Europe's Backdoor for Drugs, Sex Trafficking, Jihadism - and the Gospel on the Gospel Coalition's website.  Read ...

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Tags: albania

5 steps on how to reach University students in the post-modern world (of Ukraine)

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Posted by Max Tikhonoff on

How can we reach out to the University students in Ukraine? Our evangelistic cross-cultural student summer camp has turned out to be very successful ministry for several years and for several churches in Ukraine. Why was it successful? The answer can be packed into 5 critical points. Those fit us ...

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Tags: kiev, students, ukraine

Why Church Should Be Local

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Posted by Steve Palframan on

Writing in 1933 German geographer Walter Christaller came up with a theory called “Central Place Theory”. His idea was to provide an explanation for the distribution of services and people around cities. Now Christaller was a clever chap and it’s over 20 years since I studied ...

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Tags: church, local

Next Round Table: Albania, March 8-10, 2017

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Posted by Kara Callaghan on

REGISTER HERE.  Balkan citizens register here in Shqip. Join us for the next Radstock Round Table in Albania, March 8-10, 2017.  We will highlight church planting in the port city of Durres, the nearby village of Sukth and the city of Berat.   We’ll hear updates of ...

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Tags: berat, church planting, durres, sukth, albania round table

One day in Konjica

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Posted by Rudina Writes -- posts from Rudina Bakalli on

The day starts as usual for Fisnik, Manjola and their family. Their two boys get off to school, which is a 5-minute walk from home. They are good students, models to whom teachers refer with pride. Samuel won the chess championship and represented Bosnia in the world championship in Greece, a ...

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Tags: bosnia, konjic, short-term team

Living as Light in Konjica

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Posted by Rudina Writes -- posts from Rudina Bakalli on

Life is quiet in Konjica, Bosnia, and developing friendships is quite a challenge. People are not open to befriending strangers. They keep their bars high due to the lack of trust in this culture because of the war. But God has blessed Fisnik and Manjola and their family with some good local ...

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Church Planting in Sukth

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Besi and Miriam Gorrea live with their 3 children in Sukth, Albania, where God is using them to establish a church and so bless this little village. Read on for some highlights from their latest update, and please do keep them in your prayers! Our break in the UK was a great time for us to ...

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Tags: albania, church planting, pray, support

Frontier Mission Update

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One Radstock member is working to see the gospel proclaimed in an area too sensitive to name. Please let your heart be moved by the update, below. Join us in petitioning our Father that he would glorify his name amongst all the peoples of this region as his church - so few in number here - ...

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Transport and Training for Church Planters

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

We previously shared one ministry opportunity open to the Radstock network  -- serving the church in Myanmar through helping our brothers and sisters there to care for orphans. You can read about that here. Now we would like to invite you to pray about and consider long term involvement in ...

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Bibles and Bikes for Orphans

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

The wonderful, diverse and needy nation of Myanmar has been one of our focus projects for the last number of months. There are two particular ministry needs being presented to us as a network, and they both require partnership, prayer, and long term involvement. They are: making a difference in ...

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Tags: give, myanmar, orphans, pray, support

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