International Ministries

Church Planting in Europe, the Middle East and Asia

This project seeks to raise $316,575 over seven years, 2016–2022, to support five church planters and incorporate development projects with each of their congregations.

Goal: $316,575

About this Mission Project

The European Baptist Federation (EBF) Mission Partnerships is a cooperative initiative to assist indigenous leaders in starting new Baptist churches in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and in Central Asia.

There is an urgent need for Baptist faith and witness in former Soviet communist states. The ministry of Baptist congregations helps to overcome misconceptions and improve the status of Baptists within the wider society.

Mission Project Specifics

This project seeks to raise $316,575 over seven years, 2016–2022, to support five church planters and incorporate development projects with each of their congregations.

The purpose of the project is to provide salaries for the church planters and their families, and to assist with making the congregations financially viable for ongoing pastoral and ministry support.

This project will be managed by the Rev. Daniel Trusiewicz, partnerships coordinator for the EBF.

It is anticipated that this project will improve the relationships between many people locally and will meet some needs within the community.

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Baptists are very active in spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ across Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia. This evangelistic work is usually closely connected with social projects, as believers seek also to serve those who need practical help. Often these people are the most receptive to the gospel.