October 17-27, 2020
About the Trip:
Serbia is in great need of evangelism and the Gospel message.
We will partner with a church that is experiencing rapid growth and has a vision not just for their city but for the entire central Europe. It meets the spiritual needs of the people and helps address physical needs and issues in the community by operating a drug rehabilitation center for heroin addicts and a hospice for cancer patients.
The senior pastor had experienced struggles with alcohol and depression as a teenager and received Christ through a Gospel tract handed to him by a friend. He has a vision for creative methods of evangelism and encourages incorporating art and other visual ways of communicating the Gospel message.
We will partner with this church in evangelism, minister to the patients in the drug rehab center, conduct youth outreach, intercessory prayer, distribute Bibles and Gospel tracts, and do medical clinic outreach to the Iranian refugees.
We need you on this important mission! Serbia is positioned to take a visible place on the world stage. This is the time to flood this nation with the Gospel message!
- In the recent months several world leaders have visited Serbia, including the Russian president Putin. President Trump’s visit is pending soon. While it is not certain why the political attention is focused right on this small nation, it is an important place in the Lord’s final harvest.
- Novi Sad, a beautiful city on the banks of Danube river, has the population of about quarter of a million people. Its name means “new garden” and it is considered the spiritual capital of Serbia. Only one percent of the population in Serbia are evangelical Christians.
- Novi Sad became a city in 1694 when it transitioned from a German military fortress into a colony of Serb merchants. In antiquity, the region was inhabited by Celtic tribes. They were present in the area since the 4th century BC and founded the first fortress on the right bank of the Danube. In the 1st century BC, the region was conquered by the Romans. During Roman rule, a larger fortress was built in the 1st century, with the name Cusum, and was included in the Roman province of Pannonia.
- Serbian people are in need of a personal relationship with Christ.
To join WMA team for the first time you need to:
- Fill out and send us by mail or email the following application form
- Submit a brief letter of recommendations from your pastor or spiritual mentor (by mail or email). The letter should include his/her contact information
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