Several of our partners’ kids are grown and choosing to become involved in ministries of their own. Others are choosing to minister alongside their parents! It’s exciting to see a new generation of national workers equipped and ready for ministry!
They came from all over the city of Lodz, (pronounced “whoosh”) Poland. The elderly. The homeless. The lonely. All in one place on Christmas Eve.
Leszek shares, “I am in awe, pondering upon the powerful thought…”
Viola couldn’t believe her ears. Could this be for real?
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.
Two or three years ago, Ania and Leszek shifted the heart of their ministry from program-oriented to be discipleship-oriented. They began investing in people around them, sharing Jesus through relationships. Life-on-life evangelism is simple, organic way of sharing Jesus that has been shown quite fruitful in Poland. Both Leszek and Ania have been doing this for 2-3 years, and now they are beginning to see the fruit!
Leszek Wakula’s church is considered quite large at about 150 members. This Baptist church has a long history of being faithful during the communist years, even when the communist came and confiscated their whole multi-story church buildings without any compensation.
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Waiting is hard. Waiting is tiring. Waiting requires trusting in God.This is how I would describe our life and ministry at the moment. For more than 2 years we have been in the process of reconstruction of our Community Center. The building we received from the city authorities, which we redesigned to serve Community […]