• Our hope-filled future is bound up in sharing the story of Jesus, in discipling others, in bringing those disciples together into communities of believers, and in developing and releasing those believers to create other communities... till Jesus the King comes again!

Mission11 Europe Update[2]

Sometimes the noise is so loud that it can cause you to have trouble hearing your own voice or the others in your group.  But, what a good noise it is!  Spread out around the room, there are groups of four to five people praying at the same time for teams and workers in Spain, Moldova or elsewhere.

Over the past few evenings, the WT Europe community has given significant time to hear about what God has been doing in and through our teams and workers, and praying for the prayer points shared.

It has been a rich experience.

Dick, the main speaker, has been talking to the group about “transformational communities.”  This morning, he said: “One of the main products of the Gospel has to be community.”

If that is true, then what we have been experiencing in these evening prayer times is one small glimpse of such a transformational community as we lead one another back to the Father, sharing our heart cries for the needs of our brothers and sisters working together with us throughout Europe.

Pray with us!

 

More later …

 

2 Responses

  1. Just curious, I’d like to know what language you all are speaking or praying in? How many nationals on staff from Italy, Spain, France and Moldova are there at the conference? We have been praying. Hope you come away with a new vision for each other’s ministries and for what God has in store.

    • We have workers serving in the UK, France, Italy, Spain, Moldova and Eastern Europe here with us. These workers come from Australia, the US, Germany, Switzerland and the UK. We have national workers from the UK, France and Eastern Europe. Our meetings are in English, but people are praying in French, English and Russian. Sorry you can’t be here with us!

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