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news from the Radstock network

Putting down roots. From Gregor Menga in T’vo

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Posted by Gregor Menga on

Gregor and his family were recently called from their home in Albania to go to a new city, to start new relationships in the hopes of creating a thriving gospel-believing church in a place with no Christian witness.

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Tags: church planting, balkans

Yesterday was a Special Day. From Gregor Menga in T’vo

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Posted by Gregor Menga on

"Gregor is a church planter and Radstock member working in a Muslim city in the Balkans.  The ground is hard and the fruit, so far, has been few.  Read this encouraging update and pray with us for God to reap a harvest of faith in the Balkans." M, the 16 year old ...

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Tags: church planting, balkans

Help Build the Church - Literally!

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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, we ...

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Tags: balkans, church planting, support

A Year of New Things

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Posted by Brian Jose on

Sometimes God exceeds our expectations and it seems hard to keep up with Him and the "new things" He is doing. We've had a "new thing" kind of year in our Radstock network.  New Churches:  Living Water Church in Berat, Albania celebrated one year with about 40 in attendance, about ...

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Tags: balkans, macedonia, mongolia, berat, morava, ukraine, albania, macedonia, bosnia

2013 Balkan Round Table Registration Now OPEN

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Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Join us for a Round Table in the Balkans. Join Balkan church planters and leaders at our 2013 Round Table to learn, gain vision and consider partnership options for your church in Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo and Macedonia, home of Europe’s unreached Muslims. When:  October 15-17, 2013. ...

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Tags: balkans, round table

many people in this city?

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

It is sobering to know that as I sit in my friends' apartment, I am in one of the only two believing households in a town of 60,000 people. The equivalent in the UK would be somewhere the size of Burton-on-Trent, a town to the south of Derby, having just two Christian families. But I am ...

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Tags: prayer, cross-cultural mission, balkans

prayer & the problem of religious secularism

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

Posted by Anthony Adams This afternoon at my friend's apartment we were drinking coffee and discussing the problem of 'religious secularism'. It is a tricky problem. What we meant by this was the situation where a people see themselves as culturally associated with a particular religion, often ...

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Tags: cross-cultural mission, mission, balkans

mission: partnership not independence

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Posted by Tim Chester on

In a previous post we looked at the importance of partnership between churches not dependence. We saw how in Galatians 1-2 Paul resisted any claims that the Gentile churches were unequal partners with the church in Jerusalem or under its authority. But what about 2:2? ‘I went there [to ...

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Tags: cross-cultural mission, mission, partnership, balkans

mission: partnership not dependence

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Posted by Tim Chester on

Last month, together with some of our younger leaders, I spent a week in the Balkans with Brian Jose. Brian had many stories of people from the West turning up in the Balkans, expecting to ‘do’ mission for local churches. He asks them, ‘Would you let an Albanian take over your ...

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Tags: balkans, partnership, mission, cross-cultural mission

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