Matthew and Marsena Cunningham find themselves at the center of a strategic opportunity to serve the Lord in Edinburgh, Scotland. Read about their exciting work already in progress for the completion of the Great Commission in our generation and find out how you can join them in their innovative approach to planting a birthing church in this strategic city.
The western world — encompassing parts of Europe, North America, and Australasia — is often characterized by individualism, a desire for freedom from restraints, and even outright selfishness. Discover how you can be a part of reaching Westerners with the message of God’s love.
Zach and Carrie Brinegar never saw themselves as church planters. But over time, the Lord led them to believe that church planting is the most effective way of spreading the gospel. And for the last twelve years, they have proclaimed the message of Jesus’ love to those who have never heard the gospel, first in Northern Asia. Now, with God’s direction, they are moving to Vienna, Austria to plant a church in a city whose population of 1.8 million people is 25% atheist and only 0.5% evangelical.
According to an article written by Jonny Grant and Patti Richter for The Gospel Coalition — Reaching Ireland for Christ — Again — only about 0.5 percent of the Republic of Ireland’s population is evangelical and it is the least evangelized country in Europe.
In a March 2017 article entitled Europe’s Most Godless Country May Surprise You, Gunnar Gunnarsson tells the story of how he and his wife, Svava Maria, began planting a church in downtown Reykjavík, Iceland — a place a former minister told him was a “preacher’s graveyard.”
According to the results of a survey of 1,896 people over the age of 65 in the United Kingdom: one in five senior adults will have a conversation with three people or less over a week; 225,000 seniors will go through an average week without talking to anyone in person; 38% of the elderly admit […]
As we approach what probably is the most unique election some of us have ever faced, I have some thoughts on the current political climate that are a little bit broader than whether we should vote for one candidate or another. I’m somewhat hesitant to share them because I’m generally not consumed with politics and […]