During the last decade thousands have come to faith in Christ as a result of European Baptist Federation supported mission work and hundreds of new churches have been planted.
Baptists of Armenia are very active in sharing the Gospel with their people. Thus God’s mission is advancing in the economically deprived but spiritually potential nation that inhabits this mountainous land seated between the Black and the Caspian Seas.
Ukraine has recently been in the earnest prayers of many Christians around the world for the reason of current political situation. This large country populated by about 46 million has a good number of evangelical Baptists who are actively involved in a thriving mission work.
The newest mission initiative developed by the Baptist Union of Hungary is work among the immigrants. Tsevel is an indigenous church planter and missionary to the Mongols.
The Baptists in Austria have recently developed new ways of mission work. One of them is a project to reach out to numerous in their country refugees.
Special prayer request comes from the fellow Baptists in Egypt where the EBF has been encouraging the indigenous mission work.
Some member unions of the EBF have developed really impressive mission programs and the Baptist Union of Latvia is certainly leading with its very exciting vision for church planting work!
A typical IMP church plant is located in Eastern Europe or the Middle East. But this time you can read about a new planted church in Western Europe. It is very good that the EBF can represent diversity and provide opportunity for cooperation.
The vision of Baptist Union in Serbia is to reach the Serbs for Christ by planting more congregations through indigenous missionaries. The goal for the existing churches is to grow into maturity and reproduce.
The EBF has been facilitating the ministry of several new Baptist church starts that have been reproducing