“If we don’t start now, we will have nothing in 30 years.” The statement came from a Polish theology student as he spoke with ITMI’s founder, Bill Bathman during one of his visits to Poland. The student was ITMI’s Piotr Zaremba. It was ironic that he chose 30 as the number of years to insert in that sentence.
Six thousand people gathered in the Civic Auditorium in Grand Rapids, Michigan in September of 1947. Those six thousand witnessed the beginning of something huge as the 28-year-old evangelist took the stage. They saw…
During WW2 Singapore City was about to face a siege by the Japanese. General Yamamoto delivered a note saying, “In the interests of chivalry we invite you to surrender.” Lance Percival fell for it and surrendered despite outnumbering the Japanese 4 to 1.
Thank you so much for all your prayers! God has already answered them in an amazing way. Daria managed to pass her final exam with flying colors – and that’s not even the best part!
It was shocking. When ITMI’s Piotr Zaremba was in the US last February (2017), he was telling people he was “greedy.” But…
Piotr gets some unexpected news, Charl has an exciting announcement, Paul and Molly celebrate summer outreaches, K5N is sending a team to Bulgaria this month, and now’s the time to schedule a meet-up with Timothy Keller for this fall!
There is a special group of bees from the mountains of Bulgaria. Why are these bees special? Well they aren’t knitting sweaters or singing show tunes. But they are…
Hosting an overseas worker while they are here in the U.S. may not seem like a big contribution to God’s Kingdom. BUT IT IS! Here are just five of the many ways our partners have benefitted from their time in the States.
ITMI’s Dr. Piotr Zaremba wrote his supporters, “I remain chained to my desk.” Why would someone do this? Piotr had many good reasons. Discover 5 of them!
Piotr has a passion to reach all the approximately 60 million Polish speaking people in the world. The first step was to get them an accurate, readable and usable form of God’s word.
As happy as he is with the success and acceptance of his new translation, Piotr says, “…but I am greedy. I want more.” Anyone that knows Piotr knows how unlike him it is for the word “greedy” to come out of his gentle, soft-spoken mouth.