Monthly Archives: December 2015

VISION FOR THE UNREACHED IN THE BALKANS- by Rose Bell, Fellowship Church, College Station, Texas

Our short-term mission trip to the Balkans in July marked a pivotal point for my husband and me, as we hope to plant a church in this region in the near future. Barclay and I led a team of six individuals from Fellowship Church, who are prayerfully considering joining us in a small city of approximately 82,000 Muslims and no… Read more →

THE NEED: Workers for the Harvest- Jack Stockdale, Newsong Community Church- Reynoldsburg, OH

During the ten years I lived and served in Poland I had many opportunities to travel to neighboring Czech Republic. Though the two Slavic nations share many similarities they each have distinct histories and sharply contrasting spiritual dynamics. While religious tradition is very strong in Poland, a “tradition” of atheism prevails in the CZ.   This past March I led… Read more →


It is always exciting to see how God unfolds a journey of Kingdom expansion! Through a network of people, the elders of Riverbend Community Church in South Carolina began a partnership with a national church planter in northern Sweden. Having a common vision of movement with a key strategic piece in university ministry, there was an immediate connection and bond… Read more →

Why Europe as a Mission Field

                Facts from Operation World 1. Europe has the fewest number of Evangelicals at 2.5% (Asia, at 3.5%, is closest) 2. Over 36% of the countries in Europe have less than 1% Evangelicals 3. Europe has the lowest growth rate of Evangelicals at 1.1% annually Source: 7th Edition, 2010, Jason Mandryk “As Europe… Read more →