IMP church planters work in countries of Eastern Europe, the Baltic Nations, the Caucasus & Central Asia. A number of churches have emerged over the past 5 years and thousands of people have been exposed to the Gospel message.
According to current reports from Baptist leaders in Iraq, people are much more open to the Gospel than ever before.
Romanian Baptists are described by Dr. Otniel Bunaciu, the President of Baptist Union as “Bible-believing people who are committed disciples of Jesus Christ and have the goal of bringing the Gospel to a needy world”.
Indigenous people planting churches in Tajikistan
The first call to do mission work around the world began in the Holy Land. 2000 years later and there is a tiny number of faithful believers who still witness for Christ in the land where it all began.
Church planter Argo writes: “we discovered that there are very few people who know anything about God, even among those who claimed allegiance to some church."
Baptists of the Caucasus are actively taking their opportunity in spreading the Gospel in their societies.
Juri Sipko: "The number of Baptist churches in Russia has doubled during the last 10 years."
Serbian Baptists pray for spiritual revival.
This war has reminded us again of our basic human duties … including sharing the Gospel