The Baptist Union of Albania is one of the smallest in Europe but very missions minded, as the existing churches are being multiplied.
The Baptist Union of Ukraine oversees numerous social and evangelistic projects that are implemented by enthusiastic workers all over the country.
The Baptist Union of Russia has a vision to multiply and together with its mission partners would like to plant at least 70 new congregations all over the vast territory of Russian Federation during the next couple of years.
The Baptists in Serbia are experiencing a new initiative for mission which brings much encouragement to local Christians and is excellent testimony for the gospel. This ministry also builds bridges among the different ethnic groups in the country.
Baptist congregations in Turkey form a network to cooperate together for the common goal of witnessing and overcoming obstacles.
European Baptist Federation in cooperation with its partners organized a mission conference. The conference was held in Tbilisi, Georgia in May 2017 and drew indigenous church planters from Eastern Europe.
The EBF is partnering with the Baptist Union of Hungary to facilitate several indigenous church planters who regularly deliver reports that include some fascinating stories.
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.