I have been an alcoholic for around 20 years of my life. In my life, I have had two very long spells of non stop alcohol abuse: once for about three years, the second after I lost my mother – which went on for over four years. I was drunk day and night. In December of 2015, I…
Poland ITMI’s Richard and Brooke Nungesser celebrated the 15th anniversary of their move to Poland to teach English this year. (The same year ITMI celebrated 35 years of keeping you “in touch” with quality national believers who are faithfully doing good work!) The outreach to the homeless Richard and Brooke founded with a few cups […]
Revealed! How the New Life Center succeeds in guiding men through the restoration process, step by step. The Four Phase process that is turning heads in Poland.
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…
A most heartwarming story of personal initiative comes from ITMI missionaries Richard and Brooke Nungesser based in Poznan – Poland’s second largest city. Their primary work is evangelizing by teaching English as a second language. But they didn’t stop there.
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.
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.
When ITMI’s Richard and Brooke Nungesser first arrived in Poland in 2001, their “primary work” was teaching English. God had other plans for the pair.
Please remember this man, his face, and his story—for he is no longer here to share it on earth, but his life is worth remembering! His name is Piotr and he will be remembered as…
Arthur lived on Poland’s streets for 16 years. He bounced in and out of 12 different shelters. Life was such torment for Arthur that he attempted to take his own life – not just once – but 48 times.