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news from the Radstock network

Urban Life sees new life!

Posted by Anthony Adams on

Radstock member church Urban Life, in multi-cultural inner city Derby UK ,reports on the development of a Spanish-speaking ministry and life transformation.  by Anthony Adams Last month it was our privilege as a church community, to baptise two of our friends from Latin America who have...

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Tags: baptism, spanish, urban life

Why Church Should Be Local

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

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

Transport and Training for Church Planters

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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5 Steps to Involve Your Whole Church in Missions

Posted by Max Tikhonoff on

And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, "All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I...

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Tags: whole church mission

Never A Dull Day

Posted by Gunnar Gunnarsson on

Gunnar Gunnarsson, of Radstock member church Loftstofan in Iceland, shares some of the challenges and joys of being a church planter. Please do pray for him, his family and the gospel work of Loftstofan! I've learned that a pastor must first and foremost be a qualified lover of God, the...

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Tags: church planting, iceland, pray

Video Update: Iceland

Posted by Gunnar Gunnarsson on

Watch this video to hear an update from pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson on Loftstofan, a church meeting in Reykjavik Iceland.  Learn how you can pray for this new church. Check out other video updates from around the Radstock network here.    

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Tags: iceland

Video Update: Sukth Albania

Posted by Besi Gorrea on

Watch this video update from Sukth, Albania shot before the devastating floods of mid-January. Read here about how you can help with flood relief. Check out other video updates from around the Radstock network here.  

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Tags: albania, miriam, sukth, besi

"Project Samos" Needs Your Prayers

Posted by Amy Tyson on

The ongoing work of “Project Samos,” one of Radstock’s priority projects in a particularly sensitive part of the world, needs your continuing prayers. Here’s the latest update: We are very heartened to see the 6 intrepid pastor-evangelists taking gospel initiatives in...

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Tags: priority projects, unreached

Help Build the Church - Literally!

Posted by Amy Tyson on

Do you want a tangible way to support gospel proclamation in the Balkans? Read on to find out about a specific need from one of our member churches. Dear friend, Thank you for your interest in the work of the church in Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina. After nearly 3 years as a church in Konjic...

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Tags: balkans, church planting, support


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