Filip* was surprised by the realization. After years of claiming there was no God, he now believed there was one. It was a psychoanalysis book that changed his mind. Filip didn’t know Jesus yet, but he was searching. He began…
Piotr’s church does baptismal services on a regular basis, but the one last month was particularly special because…
Piotr Zaremba remembers memorable moments in the Bible Translation project and how they have impacted the ministry of his church and led to the planting of 14 churches and a myriad of outreach ministries.
In this episode, ITMI’s Piotr Zaremba looks back over the gargantuan Bible Translation project. Piotr gives us some advice on how to accomplish crazy big and daunting projects – like translating the Bible, opens up about one way the calling to translate the Bible for Revival impacted his prayer life, and shares a few stories that illustrate how deeply the translation is impacting people and reveals some interesting thoughts as he looks ahead to what God might be doing with His Word in Poland and beyond!
Our partners have been reaching out and sharing some truly encouraging verses and thoughts with regard to the Coronavirus pandemic. Their unique perspectives and experiences plus a variety of cultural backgrounds means they’ve shared encouragement we may not have thought to remind ourselves of. These words of hope come from all parts of the Bible, yet when brought together, they are unified in the message that we can rest in His sovereignty. May they uplift and feed your spirit!
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One young polish pastor saw this deep need. The Lord called him to “translate the Bible for revival.” But as a young pastor in a post-communist economy, he simply didn’t have the resources to do what needed to be done. There were no organizations of Bible scholars who could tackle this task. Anyone with the qualifications was buried by trying to make ends meet as teachers or pastors. And that might have been the end of the story if not for…
The decision to leave their home in Ukraine was a tough one. Vladamir was a lawyer. He and his wife, Julia, were raising three sons. Starting a new life somewhere else meant their sons would leave their school and their friends, for a new school in a new language. It meant Vladamir would be starting over with the career he’d worked to build. It meant they wouldn’t live in their home, the country they’d lived in all their lives. They’d be away from their people. Their family. Their friends.
Phil and Sue Thurston were an ordinary couple living in Tempe, Arizona. They had regular jobs. Phil worked for a local utility and Sue was an administrative assistant. Sue enjoys traveling, but in most cases, if you ask Phil, he would prefer to stay near home. Phil and Sue have been part of Grace Community […]
On Piotr Zaremba’s recent trip to visit the Polish residents of Chicago and New York City, he noticed something interesting. More than once, he heard people muse out loud, “…it really says that…that’s what that meant?” Many more flashed facial expressions that seemed to be communicating a similar sentiment.