There are numerous indigenous leaders that are actively involved in planting new Baptist congregations and some of them have been supported by the EBF. They are exceptionally dedicated and very practical in their ministry.
The indigenous mission workers in Egypt work sacrificially among the poorest and often illiterate people. Their ministry brings the brightly shining light of the gospel into a dark reality.
The Baptist Union of Austria belongs to the group of smallest member bodies in the European Baptist Family however the leaders of this union may be called ‘spiritual giants’ because they are driven by a gospel vision and want to make a real difference in their generation.
Pray for Palestinians who are deprived of much freedom being restricted by walls and checkpoints, and whose everyday life is marked by uncertainly and anxiety.
The majority of existing churches in Romania have ambitious mission programs aiming at planting new congregations.
Church Planting is an important component of Baptist union’s strategy and the crucial role play leaders who represent new generation.
The Baptist Union of Latvia has developed an excellent prospect for missions and its vision for church planting is particularly impressive.
The Gospel is advancing in Albania, the country which had been once declared an atheist state. The spiritual openness of the nation is a result of the faithful prayers of God’s people around the world.
The Baptists in Turkey recently formed an association which is comprised of 4 local congregations. The main goal of this association is to cooperate and encourage each other for the Christian witness.
The Croatian Baptists have enjoyed very good growth of their churches during the last decade and also several new congregations have been planted.