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Sukth: One year after the floods

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Posted by Miriam Gorrea on

Besi and Miriam Gorrea live with their children in Sukth, Albania, where God is using them to lead a young church. Pray that God will give then energy and enthusiasm for the work ahead! Many of you heard about the flooding which occurred in the area surrounding Sukth Evangelical Church in the ...

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Tags: church planting, flood, sukth

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

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

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

Never A Dull Day

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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: Church Planting in Morava, Albania

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Posted by Brian Jose on

Watch this video to hear Andrea's heart for reaching the Roma people of the village of Morava in Albania. Many of the villagers can't read or write.  The growth of their faith is "interrupted." or slow because of this.  Can you help reach the youth and families of Morava?  Will you ...

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Tags: albania, church planting

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

Bosnia Round Table Review

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Imagine this:  It’s your first visit to region of great gospel need.  You’re walking and praying along streets and bridges you’ve only ever seen in photographs.  You encourage in person a pioneering family who you’ve prayed for but never met.  You meet ...

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Tags: round table, church planting, bosnia

"God is transforming hearts..."

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

October was a busy month for Radstock’s newest members in Mongolia! Holy Foundation Church’s "Month of Mission" (introduced here), saw teams sent out to five target areas throughout the country. They travelled as far as three days and three nights (one way!) in order to encourage ...

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Tags: mongola, mission, church planting

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