I underestimated the range of emotions that would confront me on my recent trip to Poland, Romania, and Ukraine. …
Heroes for Such a Time as This
“Our donors are heroes!” ITMI’s Mark Burritt enthusiastically commented. It was a Thursday. …
Preparing the Church Building for Refugees
Our partner and Polish pastor, Piotr Zaremba writes, “As a church in Poznan, Poland, we do not have a church building. But Gniezno Baptist church has it.” …
Your Investment in Poland Extends to Ukrainians!
Years ago, ITMI supporters helped a small church in Gniezno, Poland purchase and renovate a building where they could meet. …
How God Opened a Door that Was Once Firmly Shut
Twelve years ago, the city of Gniezno, Poland wanted ITMI’s Bread of Life and the Gniezno Church to open a soup kitchen and transition home for men. But, instead of helping Bread of Life and the church pay for it, they…
Dear Team: Poland’s Need for Jesus in Pictures
My recent trip to Poland allowed me to see and participate in many heartwarming connections with our Polish brothers and sisters. Included below are a few of the images that I get to experience on my trip to Poland, hoping you get a better idea of what God is doing in this gospel-needy country.
Where the Road Less Travelled Led
Marcin (pronounced march-in) and his best friend were, in Marcin’s own words “not good guys.” But their lives were about to be turned inside out.
Not long ago, Slawek’s alcohol-induced tantrums estranged him from his family. He was unable to hold a steady job in the shifting construction market. His entire life’s work, everything he’s been working so hard to build, turned into a million tiny, almost un-reconstructable pieces.
How I Meet the Challenges of Missionary Travel
After six of the last eight plus weeks being either in southern Africa or in Eastern Europe, my body’s internal clock has pretty much gone haywire. For the whole week that I have been home my body has insisted on transitioning from deep sleep to wide awake at anywhere from 2:15 am to 3:35 am. Driving to the ITMI office at our normal starting time mentally feels like I’m arriving in the mid-afternoon, due to my work day starting 5-6 hours before.